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Who invented the sweatshirt?

Answer . The sweatshirt was invented in the early 1900's by Russell Corporation of Alexander City, Alabama when the owner Ben Russell's son complained that wool shirts used (MORE)

Why is a sweatshirt called a sweatshirt?

Sweatshirt is called a sweatshirt because it absorbs sweat due to the thick cotton it is made up of.Sweatshirt was basically designed to be worn under other clothing to absorb (MORE)

Why is it called a sweatshirt?

It is called a sweatshirt because it keeps you from sweating, . but will still keep you warm. . A sweatshirt may be used in sports activities/training etc, . in order to ke (MORE)

How to cut a sweatshirt?

if you're looking to make the neck a little more loose and/or a more relaxed hood, make a small cut at the center of the neck about half and inch straight down. very gently an (MORE)

How do you get silly putty out of a sweatshirt i got silly putty in a sweatshirt how to get it out?

1. If the silly putty is stuck to a tough fabric like jeans, you can try to pick some of the excess off. If it is something that is knit like a sweater, socks or more delicat (MORE)

Why do you wear a sweatshirt?

Assuming that the question is about why you wear a sweatshirt under a shirt, the answer is a utilitarian one-you keep your shirt from getting sweaty and stained under the arms (MORE)

Where can you get pluma sweatshirts?

Pluma went bankrupt. It's a shame because no clothes manufacturer today comes close to making a full zip Pluma sweatshirt (hoodie) with an outer shell of 85% polyester 15% cot (MORE)