How to put String back in Hoodie
To put the string back in your hoodie, first, you want to pull it out entirely. It is easier to re-string after the full string has been pulled out. Then you will want to clip a pin or another tool that will be useful in cinching the string through the hoodie’s fabric casing.
This is How to put String back in Hoodie: 1 Simple Way.
Welcome to this article on how to put a string back in your hoodie.
Your hoodie string can be pulled out from many daily actions. However, the most common reason is if you forget to tie it when putting it through the washer (learn how to wash a hoodie properly) and dryer (learn how to dry a hoodie properly).
If, by chance, you still find your hoodie stringless, use our steps below to put it back with the least amount of stress possible.
How to put String back in Hoodie
The simplest way to not have to re-string your hoodie is to tie the strings together before you put it into the washer and drier.
Let our other guides help you make the most of your hoodie.
1. How to put String back in Hoodie with a Safety Pin
- If your drawstring is starting to come out but is still stuck in the casing, go ahead and pull it out. Re-inserting the drawstring is more manageable than feeding it back through the casing without a tool.
- Secure a large safety pin to 1 end of the drawstring. Ensure that the safety pin will fit through the casing and secure it about 1⁄2 inch (1.3 cm) from the end of the drawstring.
- Insert the safety pin into the eyelet. Locate the eyelets, the circular openings where your drawstring comes out. Push the safety pin into 1 of the eyelets and pull it through the fabric until it reaches the other eyelet.
- Hold the safety pin in place with one hand and use your other hand to scrunch the fabric casing toward the pin, so it bunches up. Then, hold the safety pin in place with your other hand and pull the bunched-up fabric away with the opposite hand.
- Continue to bunch the casing up to the safety pin and pull the fabric away, so your safety pin moves through the casing. Repeat this until the safety pin comes out of the other end of the fabric casing.
- Pull the drawstring until both ends are equal lengths. Then, remove the safety pin. Tie a large knot at the ends, or add an aglet at the end, so you don’t lose the string again.
How to put a String back in hoodie with a Safety Pin: Tips
- Buy a skirt pin, which is larger and sturdier than standard safety pins.
- You can also use a paperclip if you don’t have a safety pin.
- Hold the safety pin well so you don’t lose it inside the casing.
- Make the knots larger than the eyelets so the drawstring doesn’t slip back into the casing.
2. How to put String back in Hoodie Using Other Tools
- Use a Bodkin. A Bodkin looks like a large, dull sewing needle with a hole at the end. Push 4 inches (10 cm) of the drawstring through the hole and then push the bodkin through the casing of your garment. If your bodkin has a clamp on the end instead of a large hole, open it and put the end of the drawstring under it before you clamp it closed.
- Use a straw. Push 1 inch (2.5 cm) of a drawstring end into a straw and staple it, so it goes into the drawstring. Then, push the empty end of the straw through the eyelet. Keep pulling the straw through the casing, so the drawstring comes out the other side.
- Use a bent wire hanger. Untwist the hook and shape it into a long straight wire. Then, bend the straight end to create a small curve and push the drawstring through the curve. Push the hooked end of the wire through the eyelet and keep moving the wire until the drawstring comes out on the other side.
- Use a rounded pen cap. Look for a pen that has a pocket clip and wrap the drawstring around the clip. Then, slide the opposite end of the pen through the casing. Feel the pen through the fabric and pull it through the casing.
How to put String back in Hoodie FAQ
To get the string back inside your hoodie you can use a pin, bodkin, bent wire hanger or rounded pen cap.
To put a drawstring back into any piece of clothing (joggers, sweatpanrs or hoodie) attach a pin to the end of the string and cinch it back through the casing.