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Old 09-26-2007   #36
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Default Re: Schaub replacement nameplates

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Originally Posted by Hervoyel View Post
On a red or blue jersey I use the white material that is used to "blackout" curtains. It's heavy, doesn't fray, and has kind of a plastic-ish backing. I have the Texans font on my computer and can print out whatever name I want in Photoshop with the letters 3" in height (so basically make my own template of what I want). I then cut them out, iron some "wunder-under" to it and then iron the letters on to the jersey panel.

Then my wife goes over them with the sewing machine.
How'd you get that?
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