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Old 06-02-2010, 11:03
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Question how do you make a teeball visor w/a bow attached?

Im wanting to make a visor for my daughter for teeball and I saw a visor that my step mother-in-laws sisters daughter had and it was so cute, but dont have a clue how to get the bow to stay on there. Also, I cant figure out what the lady used in the center of the bow for the number. Any ideas thrown this way will be much appreciated!! Oh and does any one know where i can get a childs size black visor???
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Default Re: how do you make a teeball visor w/a bow attached?

I have never done anything like that, but I assume you could sew a piece of ribbon on where you want the bow to be so you can slip it on-maybe even two pieces so it is very secure.
I think you could use a bottlecap for the center and have the same affect.
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Default Re: how do you make a teeball visor w/a bow attached?

Maybe a brad to hold the bow to the vison and then a bottlecap or covered button to cover the brad.
Or.......... you could make a button hole on the visor and then sew the bow onto a button. It might be more secure than interchangable with a piece of ribbon. I would love to know how you finish it.
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just have to say that your family lineage description cracked me up!
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just have to say that your family lineage description cracked me up!

I had to go back and read it again to see what you were talking about.

LOL too funny
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just have to say that your family lineage description cracked me up!

Ya its gets kinda of confusing talking to people about that side of the family!
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Default Re: how do you make a teeball visor w/a bow attached?

If I can figure this out I will let you all know. Thanks for the advise. =)
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Default Re: how do you make a teeball visor w/a bow attached?

You can attach the bow to a pin back and pin it on the hat. Or you can use E6000 and just glue the bow onto the hat. Or like someone said you can use E6000 or sew a strip of ribbon on the hat and then attach the bow w/ an ally clips (that way she can wear it in her hair or on the visor and you can change the bows out). Either way works great... I do the last w/ my military hats.
The button on the picture you have looks like someone embroidered the number on fabric and made it into a covered button. If you have a emboirder machine great, if not you can use a bottlecap for the #.
I think you can get kid visors at northeastclothing.com but if you just want one you'd be better off looking locally at craft stores or maybe even wal-mart/ Target. If you want to order several to try and sell I'd go with Northeast. You can also order some for moms and put a baseball flower on them or something like that.
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You can attach the bow to a pin back and pin it on the hat. Or you can use E6000 and just glue the bow onto the hat. Or like someone said you can use E6000 or sew a strip of ribbon on the hat and then attach the bow w/ an ally clips (that way she can wear it in her hair or on the visor and you can change the bows out). Either way works great... I do the last w/ my military hats.
The button on the picture you have looks like someone embroidered the number on fabric and made it into a covered button. If you have a emboirder machine great, if not you can use a bottlecap for the #.
I think you can get kid visors at northeastclothing.com but if you just want one you'd be better off looking locally at craft stores or maybe even wal-mart/ Target. If you want to order several to try and sell I'd go with Northeast. You can also order some for moms and put a baseball flower on them or something like that.
LMK if you have any questions!

Thanks for the tips!! What is a baseball flower for moms??
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Default Re: how do you make a teeball visor w/a bow attached?

I think I would just hand sew it to the hat, that way you don't have to worry about a pin coming undone, or it being to wobbly if attached to a loop of ribbon.
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