2019 Packaging Catalog - Page 93



REUSABLE - Building Blocks 1o1
HANDLES - HOW WILL YOUR BAG BE HELD?
How your bag is held can have a major impact on how it will be valued. Handles play a key role in your bag’s
functionality but when designed creatively they can also add style and character to your bag. When thinking
about handles here are the factors to consider:
TYPE:
Standard (2) - front and back
Shoulder Strap (1) - gusset to gusset
Adjustable Shoulder Strap (1) - gusset to gusset
SUBSTRATE/MATERIAL:
Same as bag
PP Webbing
Other
COLOR/S:
Same as bag
Other
SIZE: What is the desired width (thickness) and
length (from top of bag) of the handle/s.
ENHANCEMENTS:
Durability: X-Cross Stitch Reinforcement, Horizontal
Strap Reinforced, Full Panel Length.
Functionality: Double Handles, Velcro Handle Grip.
Style: Binding, Grommets.
STITCHING & BINDING - IT KEEPS THINGS TOGETHER!
It’s not every day that you have to stop to contemplate sewing terms like stitching or binding but we’re here
to help with such details so you can get an accurate quote and a well constructed product. To keep things
simple, we have broken this down to the best of our ability - It comes down to the following:
STITCH TYPE:
Seams overlocked stitch
Seams single stitch
Seams double stitch
THREAD COLOR:
Same as bag
Other
BINDING MATERIAL:
Same as bag
Other
BINDING FINISH:
Cut Top Binding
Fold Over Binding
BINDING TYPE:
Sewn OUTSIDE seams
Sewn INSIDE seams
No binding
In sewing, binding is used as both a noun and a
verb to refer to finishing a seam or hem of a
garment, usually by rolling or pressing then stitching on an edging or trim (sewing).
BINDING COLOR:
Same as bag
Printed (binding is color coated)
Stock Color
Other
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