Pull the PNG version of the file and give it to a canvas guy who can put it into the machine and have it stitched onto the cover. The alternative is a heat transfer, which I would think is less ideal as the UV would make short work of it...I'd like to get two emblems for my main sail cover. Any ideas where I can obtain one and how I could apply one to the sail cover?
I made my own for my sail cover. UV rays ate up the original white helmet. Very easy. I used a xerox to blow up the emblem shape to the extra large size I wanted. I bought white marine material and pencil traced the shape onto the material. Then I cut out the various pieces and machine sewed them onto a square of blue marine material slightly larger than the helmet. I did this because all the curves require a lot of turning full 360 and that is impossible to accomplish onto the full sail cover. All zigzag stitching overlapped the white material edge. I then machine sewed the blue square onto the sail cover. Did this on both sides of course. It’s 10-foot quality meaning it looks great outside 10 feet! See the pic. Not professional but I took my time, it cost me nothing, and the Captain is pleased!I'd like to get two emblems for my main sail cover. Any ideas where I can obtain one and how I could apply one to the sail cover?
Yes I ordered it from DIY Lettering (doityourselflettering.com) . If you email them and reference the Ericson emblem they will probably be able to look it up for you, I just looked and I don’t have the order number anymore. But they were great to work with. I just sent them a picture of the Ericson emblem and told them what size and color I wantedDid you order them somewhere online? An adhesive appliqué, right? Looks great on the fantastic hull paint job!