Introduction: DIY Hoodie Buddie
Instead of shelling out 30-50 dollars on a "Hoodie Buddie". You can make your own for free, granted that you have some headphones and a hoodie. This is better than the retail ones because you can change the headphones any time you want.
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Step 1: Materials
You will need
- a Hoodie
- Some headphones
- A scissors
- A pen/ sharpie
Step 2: Cut the Holes
Put on your hood and mark where your ears are. After this go and cut out those marks on The First Layer only, Do not cut through the entire hood. After that cut a hole near the bottom of the hood. Cut a hole in one of the pockets so you can feed the headphone jack through.
Step 3: Feed Headphones to Your Hood
Pop your ear bud into the hole you made at the bottom of the hood. You need to feed the bud up to the hole you made by your ears. After you are done repeat this step on the other side
Step 4: Put the Jack in Your Pocket
Slip the headphone jack in your pocket through the hole you made.
Step 5: Zip It Up and Jam Out
Now all you need to do is adjust the cord so it fits comfortably then plug your ipod into the headphone jack in your pocket and jam out! You can remove/replace the headphones whenever you like, just be sure you take them out before you wash them.