This week has been all about the beanies in my studio. The time of year is perfect to decorate these accessories. I am not sure if you have seen or felt the supply crunch this year but the decorator industry definitely has. For months, certain ball cap brand favorites have been no where to be found. Many companies are not accepting new customers until they get their back orders processed. I think that is why you will see this very trendy project everywhere. I have even heard my embroidery friends state they love doing beanies so much, they would rather sew them all day instead of ball caps which are more intensive to embroider. I will admit these are lots of fun and I have digitized several brand new designs for you to enjoy. Let's look at them below.
My first design is a Plain Patch for a beanie. This one completes really quickly and you can add your own fonts from your collection or machine. All of these Beanie Patch Designs are digitized to use Faux Leather or Marine Vinyl. There are so many vinyl colors out there, you will be able to use these over and over.
The next design is the Boss Beanie Embroidered Patch. You probably have someone in your life that kind of rules the roost. This is perfect for them.
How about a Beanie Patch For Daddy? I used a tan faux leather for all of these and I can just imagine camo or hunter orange beanies with these patches.
This Hubby Embroidered Beanie Patch would be so cute for a new couple. In fact, that is what inspired me to design all of these patches. It just grew from there!
Here is the Wifey Embroidered Beanie Patch. In a different thread color so you can see options. I like it stitched both ways.
We can't leave out Mama for a Beanie Patch. No matter how old our kids get we are always gonna be Mama.
Now here is where it gets tricky. What do you call your Granny? Maybe she goes by Nanny and she needs a Beanie Patch too.
In our family we had at least one Papaw so he needs a beanie patch.
There is probably a Mimi somewhere in your friends or family right? Well Mimi needs a beanie patch.
I know a lot of families have a Pops. So I have created a Pops Beanie Embroidery Patch. Again, all of these are easy to sew and I love the Rustic border. It really does create a unique finish to the patches.
Now you might be wondering how do I sew a Faux Leather Beanie Patch on? I have got you covered there also. Scroll to the bottom of this page or to any of the beanie patch designs in my store and you will see a great instruction video. Also, when you download any of these you will receive cut files, design sheets and full color instructions to make it a fun and easy project. I hope you have enjoyed this post, share what you learn and are generous with what you create. Someone will appreciate your hard work.
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