Do It Yourself Baseball Caps: Heat Pressing Hat Patches

I thought it would be fun to show you another very cool and easy way to create custom novelty products that you can add to your sales offerings. As a garment “decorator” you can also sell popular novelty items such as baseball caps and other types of headwear. We all know ball caps are very popular and they are easily heat pressed with embroidered appliques that you can get online. I love to be able to make instant products and this is one type of decorated garment that anyone can make as long as you know a few things and have the right tool to do the job.

The new video is called, “Do It Yourself Baseball Caps: Heat Pressing Hat Patches.” This is an educational screen printing video about heat pressing pre made embroidered patches onto baseball caps. In this tutorial video you’ll get to see how you can purchase novelty heat press patches and apply them to all types of hats and baseball caps. You’ll also learn about the special cap heat press you’ll need in order to do so. This very cool video gives you a complete rundown on the materials, equipment and the process by which novelty designs can be heat transferred to any headwear item. I give you my usual casual explanation of the process with some humor as well. It’s a very informative and entertaining video and it’s a great way to make ball caps that you can sell right out of the trunk of your car. Who doesn’t love the classic American baseball cap? If you’re looking for a way to make a little money on the side then this video is a must see.

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