Epson is a company that was found in 1942. Once known as Seiko Group, Epson was chosen as the official timekeeper for the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 1964. In 1975 is when the name Epson was born. The name comes from Son of EP (Son of Electronic Printer). Epson products have even been used by NASA. Epson has been producing top of the line products from day one. Always staying up-to date with technology.
Sweet Southern Lovin had the opportunity to work with Epson to review their LabelWorks Iron-on Kit label maker. The label maker features an LCD display. The label maker can actually be used with a variety of tapes, not just the Iron-On tape. It has a built in memory for up to 30 labels. You have 14 fonts to choose from with 10 font styles. You have 5 font sizes to choose from as well. To add a little flare you can also use their built-in 300+ symbols and/or 75+ frames.
The Epson LabelWorks Iron-On Kit is amazing. I sew a lot of things for my kids and I am always bad about remembering the sizes when I go to hand them down. To buy fabric labels that sew-in just for making my kids clothes is too expensive. With the Iron-On Kit I can go in and type in what size the garment is and iron it right into the waistband or inside of shirt. It irons on smooth so there isn’t an aggravating tag that will bother my children. When washing it doesn’t fade or peel. The tape bends and folds with your fabric as well, so you aren’t stuck with this stiff iron-on label. It is like the label becomes part of the fabric. I also sometime, every once in a blue moon, make stuff for people. I like to add my own little signature tag so they will remember who made it on down the road. It irons on so easy and smoothly. I love that I can label my homemade clothes with sizes now. It truly makes for an easier sorting. I have twin girls and they have different pant sizes, so when I make them identical pants it is hard to tell which size is which really until I put them on. Then if I put the wrong size on we have to do the switch a roo. Well not now with my Epson LabelWorks Iron-On Kit! But that isn’t all, I can switch out the tape and make labels for other things too. Love the versatility of my label maker!
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