Modifying your letterman coat with your initials or school symbols can immediately customize your coat. Actualizing weaving procedures utilized for altering patches and fusing stencils will facilitate your venture. Position your letterman fix on your coat for all to see, and you will have your own interesting style nearby.
Drafting Your Patch’s Pattern
Measure the width and length of the territory on your coat where your fix will be sewed. Utilize a letter stencil for an underlying or school name. It is significant for your stencil’s measurements to fit in the coat’s assigned zone and be viable with your weaving machine’s preset boundaries, which can’t be changed.
Follow your stencil’s diagram on your example paper or following cushion. Utilize your ruler to make any measuring changes. Your letter will require two separate examples. One for the top layer and one for the base layer.
Make your school’s underlying by blending a difference felt fringe for your base layer and a finished texture, for example, chenille for your top layer. You can likewise pick to fuse your school tones.
Cut out your examples. Imprint your texture with tailor’s chalk to demonstrate your weaving line. You can pick to choose a string tone to outline the letter’s top layer and a subsequent tone to outline the external layer.
Cut out your texture’s top layer. In the event that you are utilizing a rotational shaper to cut felt, ensure you have a slicing mat to secure your work table surface. Try not to remove the base layer. You will require the full bit of texture with the external layer following so as to circle your texture to your machine’s band connection for weaving in a later advance.
Making Your Letterman Patch
Shower a light layer of brief glue to the top letter and apply it to the base layer. You can likewise utilize a sheet of clingy stabilizer as per your texture’s weight to balance out the fix during weaving.
Loop your base layer’s texture onto your weaving machine’s circle connection. Ensure the texture is tight and the top layer letter is focused to shield the texture from moving during the weaving cycle.
Weave the top layer with your chose weaving line. It is ideal to utilize a tight join to outline your letter. Cut any free strings once the letter’s weaved fringe is finished.
Weave the external layer. Select a tight join to outline the fringe, also. Cut any free strings.
Utilize your rotating shaper to cut your letterman coat’s fix. Take as much time as is needed, as it’s imperative to abstain from cutting into the weaving string.
Follow your letter daintily on your twofold sided fusible. Cut out the fusible following.
Eliminate one side of the defensive sheet from your twofold sided fusible. Peruse your producer’s guidelines. Most fusibles require your iron to be on a high cotton setting. Iron it to the rear of your fix.
Eliminate the second defensive sheet. Position it on your coat. Spread your fix with a Teflon sheet to shield it from the high iron setting, particularly in the event that you utilized a finished surface for your letter’s top layer. Apply pressure with your iron until your fix clings to your letterman coat.