Many teams, such as the military, public service, and boy Scouts, wear uniforms with patches.
1.Wash your uniform before starting to sew patches by hand, especially new ones, as most uniforms will shrink after washing and sewing without washing will result in the fabric and patch not fully matching.
2.Prepare a sewing needle and thread in advance.The color of the line should not be too abrupt.It would have been ugly.
3.Place the patch where it needs to be sewn.Especially for military patches, each patch has a specific location, please make sure the location is accurate.Because the military is serious.
4.When you find the right place, remember to secure the pin position with safety pins.
5.Once the position is determined, the exact size of your needle and thread is also a key factor.Please use the appropriate size of the needle, too large needle size will cause the hole to become too large.Needles that are too small can make your sewing process difficult.The length of the line should also be appropriate, not too long, not too short.
6.Once you have chosen the size of your needle and thread, you need to thread it through the pinhole, and then you can tie a knot so that the thread doesn't fall off if you pull it too fast.
7.Begin sewing, threading the needle through the uniform and patch to join them together.
8.Sewn around the shape of the patch so that the uniform fits perfectly with the patch.
9.After sewing, tie a knot at the end.Prevent patches from falling off.
10.Cut off the excess thread