What brand are they? If they have a "tagless" shirt, they are sure to have a "tagged" version, which you can have relabeled. Might be easier than trying to cover up one of those big printed-on-the-fabric labels.ninetogo said:my question is this...I finally found the t-shirts I want to use but they are tagless t-shirts, how could I re-label these?? Any suggestions?
It's a good idea, but the biggest problem with "tagless" shirts is that the tag print is sometimes visible through the back of the shirt (and unlike some contrast stitching it doesn't look funky ).Import said:Could you cover it with an extra-large sew in label? You know, make a "feature" out of the label
I just had a woven label sewn into the neckline. The hanes information is still printed there if you lift the woven label.how did you re-label the tagless t-shirt?