To easily remove the hood, take a pair of sharp scissors and start cutting along the base of the hood where it meets the hoodie body. It’s important to cut right above the seamline so the stitches don’t unravel. Keep cutting from the front of the hood all the way around to the opposite side.
Cut across the line to crop the hoodie.
Take a sharp pair of scissors and carefully cut straight across the line you just made. … Keep in mind that the bottom of the hoodie will fray the more you wash it. If you don’t want it to fray, hem the bottom edge.
The best way to shrink a hoodie is to wash it in hot water or to run it through a long tumble dry session in the dryer. For more extreme shrinking, some hoodies can withstand submersion in boiling water. Other methods include using an iron or a hairdryer to shrink portions of a hoodie with more precision.
The method is simple, start by completely removing the string from your hoodie (trust us on this). Then, thread one end of your drawstring through the straw and staple it to the end. Next, push the straw through back the hole in your hood and keep threading through until it comes out the other end.
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