Best Insulated Sweatshirt in 2021
Dickies Men's Heavyweight Quilted Fleece, Tactical Green, XL
- Center front zipper closure with Dickies logo sewn on pocket
- Three-piece lined hood
- Rib knit waistband and cuff
Berne Men's Original Thermal-Lined Hooded Sweatshirt, Black, X-Large/Regular
- Thermal lined
- Brass front zipper
- front hand warmer pockets
- Three piece drawstring hood
- Rib knit cuffs and waistband
Amazon Essentials Men's Sherpa Lined Full-Zip Hooded Fleece Sweatshirt, Olive, XX-Large
- The body and hood of this premium full-zip sweatshirt is lined with plush 100% polyester Sherpa for a casual look that keeps out the cold
- Split kangaroo pockets, flat drawstring, and defined seams
- Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort
- Model is 6'2" and wearing size Medium
Carhartt Men's Rain Defender Paxton Heavyweight Hooded Sweatshirt, New Navy, Large/Tall
Carhartt Men's Rain Defender Rutland Thermal Lined Hooded Zip Front Sweatshirt 100632,Black,Large
- Carhartt Company Gear Collection
- Original fit
- Full-length brass front zipper
- Two front hand-warmer pockets
- Stretchable, spandex-reinforced rib-knit cuffs and waistband
Carhartt Men's Rain Defender Rutland Thermal Lined Hooded Zip Sweatshirt, peat, Medium
- Original fit
- 12-ounce, 50 percent cotton/50 percent polyester blend with rain defender durable water-repellent finish
- 100 percent polyester thermal lining retains warmth
- Attached thermal-lined three-piece hood with draw cord closure
- Full-length brass front zipper
Carhartt Men's Rain Defender Paxton Heavyweight Hooded Sweatshirt, Black, Large
Hanes Men's Pullover Ecosmart Fleece Hooded Sweatshirt, Charcoal Heather, L
- Made with a portion of recycled polyester
- Patented low-pill fabric
- Cozy hood with dyed-to-match draw cord
- All the comfort of Hanes with our famous tag-free label
Gildan Men's Heavy Blend Fleece Hooded Sweatshirt G18500, Navy, X-Large
- Preshrunk fleece knit (50 percent Cotton, 50 percent Polyester)
- Air jet yarn = softer feel and reduced pilling
- Double lined hood with color matched drawcord
- Pouch pocket
- Double needle stitching at shoulder, armhole, neck, waistband and cuffs
Hanes Men's Full Zip Ultimate Heavyweight Fleece Hoodie, Black, X-Large
- 9.7 ounce, 90 percent cotton/10 percent polyester is plush and durable
- Cotton-rich heavyweight fleece resists pilling
- Jersey-lined hood helps block out wind and chill
- Ribbed cuffs and relaxed waistband keep their shape
- Roomy front pockets
How to Make a Christmas Sweatshirt, Turtleneck, or T-Shirt
This article gives creative ideas for making a Christmas, T-shirt, turtleneck, or sweatshirt. Includes illustrations.
Or with the economy putting a tight squeeze on everyone's expenses, a Christmas turtleneck, or Christmas tree skirt, would make a great homemade gift, too!
So, if you want an inexpensive, one of a kind Christmas shirt this is how you make it.
1. First, you will need a plain light colored T-shirt, turtle neck, or sweatshirt. You can purchase a dark colored shirt, or sweatshirt, but you will have to be certain that you buy the correct transfer paper. You can find an inexpensive one at a thrift store, Michael's Craft Store, or Wal-Mart.
2. Next, you will need to make a transfer for your shirt. You will need to purchase Avery Ink Jet T-Shirt Transfer Papers- 8 ½" x 11" Number 3271 from Wal-Mart, or a computer store, like Staples. Buy the transfer paper for light colored cotton/polyester blend fabrics for the light T-Shirt, or sweatshirt, or the transfer paper for dark colored cotton/polyester blend fabric for the dark T-shirt, or sweatshirt.
3. Next you will have to design the transfer. Get creative.
4. You can design it in Microsoft Publisher 2020, or you may use Microsoft Word 2020 if you like. If you've never worked with text art, and graphics, you can find directions under your help menu. I found the clip art of Santa Claus on-line at , or you can use your Microsoft clip art disk for Microsoft Office 2000 if you have any older MS Word version. These clips are royalty free, and you may use them as long as you own a Microsoft Office product. The clip art in this article are examples that I found at approved site, www.istockphoto.com, royalty free. You may use it, but I would guess you would want to be creative and design something for yourself individually. You can also scan in a photo of a family member, and use it for your design, but you will use a lot of ink! For example, you can dress your little one as an angel, and use that picture, but because the dress is white, I would use a dark T-shirt, and dark transfer paper, so the image will show up. Also, keep in mind if you want a red Santa Claus to show up don't buy a red T-shirt.
5. The next step is to print your design. Remember to set your printer for mirror image, and test print.
6. To iron on the transfer onto the T-shirt, or sweatshirt follow the directions listed in your Avery T-shirt Transfer Instructions.
7. Let the ink dry.
8. You can use fabric glue, and follow the edges of the design, and then add gold, red, green, or silver glitter. You can also follow the letters with fabric glue, and add red, gold, green, or silver glitter. Let dry, and shake off excess.
You are ready to get dressed. Out the door you go to that yummy Christmas day dinner.