Ok, I received several baseball caps over the holiday season. I am pleased with all of them and they are, of course, brand new. I had to "retire" my old well worn in ball caps as they were beyond saving. Anyway, now I am trying to get my ball caps to fit "just right", like my old ones did.
I read a lot of online resources about how to break in a ball cap - soak it in water, wear it (and dry it) on your head, etc, which I am in the process of trying. I am working on curving the bill properly and I have one of these
which I don't like (or find effective), so I read online about putting your peak/bill in a coffee mug and leaving it like that for a while, which I am trying and thus far, I like the results. Any suggestions on this would be appreciated.
However, I am really trying to figure out how to properly "fray" my hats. I want them to have that worn-in look. There are many new hats that you can purchase that come like this already, such as this one
, so I want to figure out how to do this with my new hats. I found some resources
that say you can fray your new hat, but they don't tell you how to actually "fray" in any amount of detail (before I just go at it with a knife of something).
Any suggestions about how to fray a hat, without damaging it? Thanks!