Best Mens Hooded Sweatshirts in 2021
Hanes Men's Pullover Ecosmart Fleece Hooded Sweatshirt, Charcoal Heather, XL
- Soft, durable fleece with double-needle cover-seamed neck and armholes stays strong when you work or play hard.
- Machine wash it again and again without hesitation because it's pill-resistant
- Made with up to 5% polyester created from recycled plastic bottles.
- Dyed-to-match drawcord.
Under Armour Men's Rival Fleece Pullover Hoodie, Grey (Charcoal Light Heath/Black), Small
- Ultra-soft, 230g cotton-blend fleece
- Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
- Adjustable crossover hood with open snorkel neckline
- Front kangaroo pocket
- Ribbed cuffs & hem
Gildan Men's Heavy Blend Fleece Hooded Sweatshirt G18500, Sport Grey, Medium
- 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
Champion Men's Graphic Powerblend Fleece Hoodie, Granite Heather Script, X-Large
- Better fit. Wider rib cuffs and hem
- Soft comfortable fabric. A percentage of recycled fibers used in making the fabric
Champion Men's Powerblend Pullover Hoodie, Dark Green, X-Large
- Cotton/polyester blend helps reduce pilling and shrinkage, Brushed inside for exceptional softness against skin.
- Wider ribbed cuffs and waistband stay flat and keep the chill out, Hand-warming front pouch pocket
- Longer length for a better fit and coverage, Triple stitching reinforces seams for durability.
- A percentage of recycled fibers are used in making the fabric, Embroidered C logo on chest and cuff.
- Two-ply hood with drawcord keeps you covered, Half moon neck facing for no irritation.
Carhartt Men's Midweight Original Fit Hooded Pullover Sweatshirt K121, Moss, Medium
- Original fit
- 10.5-ounce, 50 percent cotton/50 percent polyester blend
- Attached three-piece hood with draw cord closure
- Front hand warmer pocket
- Stretchable, spandex-reinforced rib-knit cuffs and waistband
Jerzees Men's Fleece Pullover Hoodie, Royal, X-Large
- 50 percent cotton, 50 percent polyester
- Soft, mid- weight fleece
- Pill resistant
- Reinforced seams for durability
- Front pocket
Under Armour Armour Fleece Pullover Hoodie bar Logo Graphic, Black//Beta Red, X-Large
- Armour Fleece is light, breathable & stretches for superior mobility
- Soft inner layer traps heat to keep you warm & comfortable
- Adjustable hood with open snorkel neckline
- Ribbed cuffs & hem
- Front kangaroo pocket
Fruit of the Loom Men's Hooded Sweatshirt,Black,XXX-Large
- Cotton dominant lightweight fleece with superior softness
- Front media pocket holds tech gadgets securely
- Contrast jersey hood lining, neck tape, and draw cord for contemporary styling details
- 7.2 cover cotton/polyester pre-shrunk fleece
Champion Men's MIDDLEWEIGHT Hoodie, Oxford Gray, Large
- Thick durable cotton fabric
- Iconic "C" Patch on left sleeve
How to Make an Appliqued Snowman Sweatshirt
Have you ever wondered how to make an appliqud sweatshirt?
As you can see in the picture on this appliquéd sweatshirt, I did a winter scene. As the snowman is the main object in the winter scene and him being white. I chose to go with a dark colored sweatshirt, navy blue.
Sweatshirt of choice
1 sheet of white felt for snowman
1 sheet of gold felt for moon
1 sheet of green felt for evergreen tree
1 sheet black or dark gray felt for hat
DMC embroidery threads:
White, Black, Brown and goldish orange
3 - ½" buttons
Small piece of material for hat trim and scarf
Disappearing ink sewing marker
First of all if your sweatshirt does not say pre-washed, you will want to wash and dry your sweatshirt before you begin. Then you need to cut the waist band and cuff bands off the sweatshirt. At the end these will be finished with a blanket stitch.
On the back of each piece of felt, iron on a piece of fusible webbing for the item that you will be cutting out. (Note that the tree, moon and hat are smaller, so you may want to only put a small amount of fusing on these, as not to waste.) Let cool.
Next using the sewing marker, on the white piece of felt draw an 8" snowman, on the green piece of felt draw a 4 ½" evergreen tree, on the gold piece of felt draw a 3" moon quarter and on the black or gray felt draw a 1 ½" hat. Cut each of these items out.
Once cut out, take off the back peel of the webbing. Arrange the pieces how you would like them on the sweatshirt. The hat should be on snowman's forehead a bit. Take an 8" by 1/3" piece of your material and place the middle of it under the snowman's neck for his scarf. With a few stick pins, pin the felt pieces on to the sweatshirt. Iron them in place, cool and remove stick pins.
Now, for using the threads you will want to use three strands of the brown thread, the DMC has six strands. Cut about a 3 foot piece and pull apart two sets of three slowly. Thread large needle with the brown thread and tie off knot at the end. Pull through at the snowman's body where you will want his arms to go. Twist thread as making arms, it will bunch up slightly and look like a tree branch. Make each arm about 2" - 2 ½" long.
You're ready now to put your snowman's face on. Use black for his eyes and mouth, and the goldish orange for his nose. Use tiny X's for the eyes, straight stitches for his mouth. For his nose take a toothpick to use as a guide, place downward a bit, where his nose should go and wrap stitches around the toothpick on one side going down in to the material and coming out the other side of the toothpick and wrap around and repeat this step all the way down the toothpick until nose is completed. Remove toothpick.
Put a few stars in the sky by making some X's using the white thread.
I also put the trim of his hat on now. A piece of the material 1/3" wide by the width of his hat is good. You could put the fusible webbing on this piece also when you are fusing the pieces, but I prefer to just put it on with fabric glue.
Next you will finish all the edges. I prefer the blanket stitch but you could use any you like. I use black on the snowman and moon, and white on the evergreen tree.
For the arm and waist edges, you will fold the over ¾" to the outside of your sweatshirt (not the normal way that a hem should go) and pin. I use white thread to really make these stitches stand out. For the trimming of the sleeves and waist I find the blanket stitch really looks the best here.
The last thing you will want to do is sew the button on the snowman's body. You want to do this last so when working with the thread is not tangling on the buttons.
Of course, with these instructions you can change the scene to what ever you want, for any occasion, just by changing the felt and objects. You can even use cookie cutter to help with designs. Such as hearts for Valentine's Day or shamrocks for St. Patty's Day.