Insignia Placement

Tiger Cub, Wolf, and Bear Scouts




Webelos Scouts


Pack 107 Badges and Insignia

When a boy first joins Cub Scouting, his uniform will display only those badges that identify his status.
  World Crest emblem
The World Crest emblem is worn by all youth and adult leaders. The 1-1/2" diameter badge is white on a violet background. It contains a basic fleur motif encircled by a rope tied with a reef or square knot symbolizing the unity and brotherhood of the World Organization of Scouting Movement (WOSM) throughout the world. The emblem should be, worn centered horizontally above the left pocket, and placed vertically between the left shoulder seam and the top of the pocket.
  The US flag (already attached to shirt) A red, white, and blue embroidered American Flag emblem for all members. Worn by all Cub Scouts on the right sleeve. Centered directly below the shoulder seam, it is standard issue on all Scouting uniforms.

Seneca Waterways Council Patch
Worn by all Cub Scouts directly below the shoulder seam on the left sleeve. This emblem is unique to our BSA council.
Pack Number
A white numeral embroidered on red background. Worn by all boys and pack leaders directly below the council patch on the left sleeve.
Den Number A gold numeral embroidered on navy blue background. Worn by Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts centered and touching the bottom of the U.S. flag on the right sleeve.
As he progresses, the Cub Scout will earn badges, pins, medals, and other insignia that tell of his accomplishments in Scouting. These items should be added to the uniform only after they have been earned.

How to Attach Patches

You have 2 options for attaching patches to the Cub Scout uniform.

Stick on the Patches

Purchase a page of Badge Magic from the Scout Shop and iron on the insignia.

Here's some instructional videos on how to attach and un-attach badges with Badge Magic.

Sew the Patches

Either use supplies that you have on hand or purchase a sewing kit from the Scout Shop.
Here's a quick how-to on sewing Cub Scout patches.