I had planned to use iron-on labels for Everyday Sabbatical products, but they didn’t pass the test, which is a huge bummer. First, the iron-on has to be formulated specifically for the composition of the fabric. Then, a commercial iron is required to apply the iron-on at extremely high heat. We tested various temperatures to see which adheres and washes best – even before we got to that process, we noticed that the extreme heat slightly discolored the fabric and the imprint showed. Needless to say, a simple folded label with combined brand and care messaging works best for our purposes right now. I know this seems like a forgettable topic, but I want to make sure you all know how much care goes into even the smallest Everyday Sabbatical details.