Where should scout badges be sewn?
Badges should be sewn onto the uniform blouse or sweatshirt. Badges should be sewn onto the Explorer Shirt or Blouse. All young people of Explorer age who participate in the Explorer Scout Young Leaders programme will be expected to wear the Explorers uniform.
Where do occasional scout badges go?
An occasional badge is usually worn above the World Badge on the left hand side of a shirt or jumper, occasional badges can also be worn on the bottom of the right hard sleeve (the arm with your County and District badge on).
Where do the badges go on a Cub Scout uniform?
Worn on the left breast of the uniform. These badges are awarded every year a cub is a member, starting from beavers. Worn on the left breast of the uniform above the membership badge. Each joining in award is positioned immediately next to the preceding award to form a row.
What do you do with Scout badges?
Ways to Wear Patches
- Brag Vests – Many boys have a “brag vest” that they wear over their uniforms.
- Sashes – Here’s a cool idea!
- Patch Jackets – I saw a man and his two sons at our Council office who were wearing patch jackets like this one.
- Blankets & Quilts – This blanket is a great way to show off the patches.
Do Scouts still wear woggles?
Keas, Cubs, Scouts, Venturers and Rovers all wear either a “standard” woggle for their section, or home-made “special occasion” woggles such as the tiki mentioned above. Until trained to the Gilwell woggle level, leaders wear a plaited leather woggle with a dome fastening.
How do you put Scout badges on without sewing?
How Do You Put Patches on Without Sewing? As discussed above, you can put patches on your sash or uniform using cutout adhesive, double-stick iron-on sheets, or a hot glue gun.
Where does the Scout rank patch go?
Scouts who take an official BSA Training Course receive the Trained Patch. This patch is placed centered below the Left Sleeve Pocket.