How to put a number at the back of a jersey

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  1. Hockeylover

    Hockeylover Registered User

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    I bought a cheap polyster jersey. I would like to permanently put a number at the back without going to the expense of having it done by a professional. What would be the best way of doing that? Keep in mind that I will wash this jersey with my other clothes... Thanks.
     
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    Aside from maybe an iron-on type of decal thing, which would wear off eventually anyway, you're pretty much restricted to sewing numbers on I think.
     
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    Your probably best to find a place that sells the numbers you can just iron on.
     
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    Go to any jersey store and ask them for a press on number. They will do it and charge $5-10.
     
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