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How to get patches sewn on jerseys?

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This is probably a really dumb question...

So I have this 2000-2004 white CCM Caps Chris Simon jersey...

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...and I wanna get this patch for it...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/WASHINGTON-CAPITALS-COMMEMORATIVE-NHL-JERSEY-PATCH-9-11-SEPTEMBER-11-2001-/221216213908?pt=U_Hockey_Fan_Shop&hash=item3381838b94

Is there a place I could send both of them to to have the patch properly sewn on?

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Bring it to your local dry cleaners and they should be able to do it for you. Really anyone with a sewing machine should be able to do it.

FYI that's a reproduction patch.

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Bring it to your local dry cleaners and they should be able to do it for you. Really anyone with a sewing machine should be able to do it.

FYI that's a reproduction patch.

Ooh, good then. I'll order the patch right away, this should be easy, thanks. :)

And reproduction? What do you mean? I know it's not one of the original ones, as it doesn't look exact as the one on the NHLPATCHES website:

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This was the actual patch.

Not really a big deal as long as you are OK with a reproduction patch because that's probably as close as you can get with what's out there.

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This was the actual patch.

Not really a big deal as long as you are OK with a reproduction patch because that's probably as close as you can get with what's out there.

Ah, okay then :P

Where approximately should I have it put on? I'm guessing around here under the shoulder line?

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Wash, dry, and iron your uniform before you begin. If it’s a new uniform, make sure to wash and dry once before sewing on the patch, otherwise, the fabric will bunch unevenly under the patch after the first wash and dry cycle.

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Let this serve as your one and only warning: Stop upping years-old topics and/or posting generic garbage just to pad your totals.

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