Adding Fabric Labels to your Crochet Items

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I started selling crochet hats over 3 1/2 years ago. I didn’t expect it to really take off. So, I just leisurely made them and sold them. However, I was aware that I cannot make my crochet items expensive.

I had learnt a bit about pricing from one of my friends who seemed to have discussed the Van Westendorp Price Sensitivity Meter that can help determin

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  1. Jessica DiPaul

    This was great help! But the one thing that bothers me is that I don't have a sewing machine. Think I could sew them on by hand?

  2. Jessica DiPaul

    This was great help! But the one thing that bothers me is that I don't have a sewing machine. Think I could sew them on by hand?

  3. Jessica DiPaul

    This was great help! But the one thing that bothers me is that I don't have a sewing machine. Think I could sew them on by hand?

  4. Christine

    Jessica-yes you can hand sew them on. In fact I had a couple hats made with really bulky yarn and that is exactly what I did! Good point, I will add that to the post.

  5. Christine

    Jessica-yes you can hand sew them on. In fact I had a couple hats made with really bulky yarn and that is exactly what I did! Good point, I will add that to the post.

  6. Christine

    Jessica-yes you can hand sew them on. In fact I had a couple hats made with really bulky yarn and that is exactly what I did! Good point, I will add that to the post.

  7. Jen Collier

    Thank you thank you thank you!! I have been looking to add tags to my hats recently as well! I started selling in a local children's consignment shop last winter (which would have never happened if my best friend's mom hadn't bought the place!) and have been wanting a way to "tag" them as my own. I am definitely gonna look into this shop!

  8. Jen Collier

    Thank you thank you thank you!! I have been looking to add tags to my hats recently as well! I started selling in a local children's consignment shop last winter (which would have never happened if my best friend's mom hadn't bought the place!) and have been wanting a way to "tag" them as my own. I am definitely gonna look into this shop!

  9. Jen Collier

    Thank you thank you thank you!! I have been looking to add tags to my hats recently as well! I started selling in a local children's consignment shop last winter (which would have never happened if my best friend's mom hadn't bought the place!) and have been wanting a way to "tag" them as my own. I am definitely gonna look into this shop!

  10. Alli

    Where do you put your tracking number? Trying to get "compliant" and not finding a lot of info!

  11. Melissa

    Thank you for this great blog post. It was super helpful. 🙂

  12. Lauren Viles

    I know this post was from a year ago, and I was checking out your etsy site, but I was just wondering if you are still using these fabric labels on your hats. I just ordered a set for my crochet hats that I am selling for a business, and I thought this was a great idea! Just wondering pros and cons!

  13. Lauren Viles

    I know this post was from a year ago, and I was checking out your etsy site, but I was just wondering if you are still using these fabric labels on your hats. I just ordered a set for my crochet hats that I am selling for a business, and I thought this was a great idea! Just wondering pros and cons!

  14. Christine

    Lauren, I use them on my hats that I sell at a local shop. I do like them, they are a little tricky to work with at first but be patient, before long you can stitch them on really quick. I even hand sew them on sometimes when I am in a hurry.

  15. Christine

    Lauren, I use them on my hats that I sell at a local shop. I do like them, they are a little tricky to work with at first but be patient, before long you can stitch them on really quick. I even hand sew them on sometimes when I am in a hurry.

  16. CHERYL QUEEN

    Can these be used as an iron on label for crocheted items

    1. SweetPotato3

      I would be very careful with any iron-on label. Many of the synthetic fibers could melt. I would recommend check the yarn label carefully, many of them have the “no iron” symbol on them.

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