# Draw and Cut Out Jersey Numbers 0 to 9

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How to make Jersey Numbers, Jersey numbers, sports numbers, numbers on t shirts, cut out numbers, decorate with numbers, foam sheet numbers , felt numbers , fabric numbers, draw numbers, uniform numbers and much more!

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## Step 1: Materials

For this tutorial, I use the following materials but you can always use different materials. This is for demo ore presentation purposes only.

• Foam Sheets
• Or try felt, fabric, construction papers
• Cut sheet into 5 inches by 3 inches
• Ruler
• or any straight edge
• Cutter/scissors
• Crafting/cutting board
• This is optional but it made my work easier as the measurement is always available.
• Pencil/pen

## Step 3: Number Zero

1. Start by cutting a 5 inches by 3 inches material.
2. Place it on a crafting board as it is easier to see the measurements.
3. For all the corners, draw a diagonal line with 1" by 1" edges.
4. Cut.
5. Remove the extras.
6. Mark the center of the 0 with 3" x 1".
7. Cut.
8. For white background, peel of stickers at back or glue it on your background material.
9. Measure between 1/8 " and 2/8 " around. Then cut.

## Step 4: Number One

1. Start by cutting a 5 inches by 3 inches material.
2. Place it on a crafting board as it is easier to see the measurements.
3. Please follow instructional images for drawing and cutting as well as the measurements.

## Step 5: Number Two

1. Start by cutting a 5 inches by 3 inches material.
2. Place it on a crafting board as it is easier to see the measurements.
3. Please refer to the instructional images above.

## Step 6: Number Three

1. Start by cutting a 5 inches by 3 inches material.
2. Place it on a crafting board as it is easier to see the measurements.
3. Please refer to the instructional images above.

## Step 7: Number Four

1. Start by cutting a 5 inches by 3 inches material.
2. Place it on a crafting board as it is easier to see the measurements during drawing and cutting.
3. Please refer to the instructional images above for the rest of the steps.

## Step 8: Number Five

1. Start by cutting a 5 inches by 3 inches material.
2. Place it on a crafting board as it is easier to see the measurements.
3. Please refer to the instructional images above.

## Step 10: Number Six and Nine

1. Start by cutting a 5 inches by 3 inches material.
2. Place it on a crafting board as it is easier to see the measurements.
3. Please refer to the instructional images above.

## Step 12: Number 7

1. Start by cutting a 5 inches by 3 inches material.
2. Place it on a crafting board as it is easier to see the measurements.
3. Please refer to the instructional images above.

## Step 13: Number Eight

1. Start by cutting a 5 inches by 3 inches material.
2. Place it on a crafting board as it is easier to see the measurements.
3. Please refer to the instructional images above.

## Step 14: Number Nine

Please refer to Number 6 steps.