DIY Custom Hats with Leather Patches

In this video I show you how easy it is to attach leather patches to garments like hats. This same method woudl easily work on a shirt, vest or jacket. Customize your goods!

If you are interested in the original video showing how I made the 3d Stamp check it out here:

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Veg Tan Leather:

Blank Hat (5-panel)

Blank Hat (Trucker Style)

Hatchbox PLA Filament

Leather Tooling Kit

Leather Dye

Leather Glue

Check out the Lincoln Electric Power Mig 140MP, great for the home shop, Mig, TIG, and Stick in 1 machine!

Thank you to Pferd abrasives for supporting my shop and my channel. For links to some of the grinding discs I use most see below:

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→ Flap disc:

→ Inside corner disc (AMAZING):

→ Wire Wheel:

Thanks for watching! Be careful, know the limits of your skills and your tools! Don’t try this stuff at home!

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Below are some links to tools I use in the shop on a daily basis.

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→ Bosch Miter Saw ( My Favorite miter saw)

→ Sawstop Table Saw:

→ Wen Tabletop Metalcutting Bandsaw

→ Articulated Vise:

→ Bosch Portable Bandsaw ( 18V)

→ Porter Cable Restorer:

→ Lincoln 120V Welder ( good for a home shop)

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18 Replies to “DIY Custom Hats with Leather Patches”

  1. bomberfan23

    My local library has a 3D printer that they will print items for you. I can learn the program and design my own items OR just send them the .stl file and they will send me a price estimate, I can approve the price or deny the print. Easy-Peasy. In today's day and age where YouTube and Google have all our answers sometimes we forget the local library as a resource. Check it out, you may be lucky enough not to wait for the mail delivery. May be as close as your local library…. Shy of buying your own 3D printer 😉

  2. Craig Monteforte

    Very cool ! Thanks for the tips the patches are awesome although i haven’t bought my own 3D printer yet it’s something i’m pretty sure i will have in time my 27 year old son and i have been talking about them and all the potential they have


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