This ball cap iron-on is a great Father’s Day gift idea. Make one for your outdoorsy Dad for him to wear on countless hikes, bikes, and adventures. This project is super simple. All you have to do is gather the gear listed below and get started. Because we’re such great adventure buddies, we’ve even included easy-to-follow steps so you don’t get lost along the way.
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- Cutting Machine (recommended)
- Iron or Cricut Easy Press
- Embroidery Needle
- Sewing Pins
- Ball Cap
- Felt – Benzie “Graphite”
- Iron-On – Cricut Iron on Light “Grey”
- Embroidery Floss – DMC :”Black (310)”
- Gather the tools and materials.
- Cut out the Felt and Iron-On According to template notes.
- Weed out the iron on design.
- Center the design on the felt circle and iron it on. Follow the directions on the iron-on packaging.
- Place the patch where you would like it on your ball cap and pin it into place.
- Following the template guides use a whip stitch to sew the patch to your ball cap.
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This looks super cute, I am doing it right now. Can you tell me the size of the embroidery needle used here?
We buy a variety pack but usually a size 18 or 20 works great.