How to Cut the Neck of a Hooded Sweatshirt?

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From personal experience, the easiest way to cut the neck of a hooded sweatshirt is to find the seam where the two sides of the hood meet in the middle. Slowly cut some of the seams and try it on to see how it fits. If it is not to your liking, cut some more!
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1. Choose a hooded sweatshirt that may be too tight around the neck or the waist is a little too snug. Be sure the rest of the sweatshirt, though, is comfortable. 2. Decide what you
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Just take some scissors and cut the neck band off. The more you cut off the bigger the neck becomes therefore the lower it hangs off of your shoulder.So cut small try it on and then
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You love your hooded sweatshirt but starting to feel like a weak person is strangling you all day long? With a quick snip with the scissors you can have a perfectly fitting sweatshirt
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If you are wanting to cut the neck of a hooded sweatshirt so that it isn't so tight around your neck, you should make a cut straight down at the neck where it hits the middle of your neck. Cut about 1 - 1 1/2 inch.
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