Emojional Navy Baseball Cap: The Facts + Making Video

The Emojional Design:

‘Emojional’ is the combination of two words; ‘emoji’ and ‘emotional’, it’s defined by the Urban Dictionary as “Using excessive emoticons or emojis while texting, in an emotional state”. The embroidery is sized approximately 3cm high x 7cm wide and is designed, manufactured and shipped by Hatty Hats Embroidery in the United Kingdom.

The Colours Used:

The Emojional embroidery on the navy baseball cap uses 2 colours; a white and a blue. The white is used for the body of the text and the blue is used for the ‘tears’ on the lower right side of the design.

The Stitch Count:

(Total number of times the embroidery needle moves up & down.)

The Emojional embroidered design has a total of 2702 stitches, uses 28 foot of thread and takes our embroidery machines roughly around 6 minutes to produce. Check out the video below to see this patch being made, see if you can count the stitches ;-).

The Navy Baseball Cap:

Made from a strong 100% cotton twill, heavy weight fabric this cap has been built with quality in mind. The navy baseball cap has a one size fits all, 6 panelled design and features a robust pre-curved peak, stitched ventilation eyelets and a fully adjustable buckled size strap at the rear.

The Making Video:

To keep this design tidy all the colours are blocked together and laid from the lowest to the highest.

  1. Our embroidery machine starts off with the blue thread and lays both the tears that sit at the end of the text.
  1. Next the thread is changed to the white and the second half of the design 'ional' is laid starting from the centre of the cap.
  1. Starting again from the centre of the cap our machine then lays the final part of the design: 'emoj'.

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