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We got the idea for our Free Art & Technology hoodies with letters across the hoods from IMP.

I'm going to show you how to cut out and applique fabric letters to make your own rad FAT pride hoodie, suitable for wearing in Berlin at Transmediale.

Step 1: Materials and Tools

Materials:
PDF Template
Printer paper
Hoodie
Fabric (woven, not knit)
Matching thread or fabric glue

Tools:
Printer
Scissors
Iron
Sewing pins
Hand sewing needle (unless using fabric glue)

 This might seem like a dumb question, but does FAT stand for something or is it just fat as is heavyset?
<p>I thought that to start with, partly because I actually found out there is a sort of &quot;mini fad&quot; of, as you say, &quot;heavyset&quot; people with hoodies a bit like this.</p><p>The more you know, I suppose.</p>
Free Art &amp; Technology!<br />
My goodness, can you please tell me where can I&nbsp;get a hood that big?! :D<br />
It's actually a normal sized hood. The picture on the left has me pointing my head down!<br />
&nbsp;cool but i wouldnt wear it :)
nice job, was thinking maybe do something for my robotics team....oh what hoodies are a safety hazard and can get us knocked down in safety points for....hmmm...anyway good job, keep it up.
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I'm gonna make me one of these. Represent.<br />
Oh oh... this needs smd LEDs. Maybe blinking.<br />
Go for it, dude!&nbsp;Combine with my fatpatch 'ible.<br />

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