by fleabag 09 Apr 2014

This is the first time that I have embroidered a cap as well as using foam for the writing. Was a bit nerve wracking but really pleased with the result


by castelyn 15 Apr 2014

It looks great, hope you get lots of orders now. So that you can use your new machine. Hugs Yvonne xxx

by pennyhal 10 Apr 2014

This is a fantastic stitchout! I'm amazed that you were able to figure everything out on your first try. I think you are now in the cap "business" as many people would like something like this.

by katydid 09 Apr 2014

I think you nailed it!! looks great

by baydreamer 09 Apr 2014

looks good , did you use a cap hoop? and what type of machine?

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fleabag by fleabag 10 Apr 2014

I have just bought a Happy machine single head with 12 needles. Yes I bought the cap attachment.

by highlandermom 09 Apr 2014

You did a super swell job on this.

by oaro 09 Apr 2014

you did great job

by decojo 09 Apr 2014

very nicely done!

by cfidl 09 Apr 2014

Great! Did you use a "special" design or ???

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fleabag by fleabag 10 Apr 2014

I digitised the wolf using a "copyright free" design from google and the font was a rounded font from my Wilcom program to ensure that no foam stuck out from the sides of he lettering

by noah 09 Apr 2014

excellent job :):)hugs

by dennis999 09 Apr 2014

I think that looks jojjy good. I've been tempted to do something with puffy foam myself on some caps. Did you have to alter the stitch count where the foam is on the design or just the standard design digitizing?

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fleabag by fleabag 10 Apr 2014

I didn't touch the stitch count but I did remove all the underlay and reduced the density to .2 whereas it is normally sitting at .4. Hope that helps. Give it a go ..... It's a lot easier than I thought it would be

by shirley124 edited 09 Apr 2014

It worked out very well.

by dragonflyer 09 Apr 2014

Nicely you have a cap hoop or did you just use a regular hoop?

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fleabag by fleabag 10 Apr 2014

I have a cap hoop 😃

by 02kar Moderator 09 Apr 2014

It looks great.

by pldc 09 Apr 2014

Well done & now that you know what to do you can do it again. ~hugs~