This is an accessory that can be threaded onto a hoodie drawstring to prevent the string from being pulled up into the abyss that is the hood.
Push the plastic-encased end of a drawstring through the top hole and push it all the way in. A tiny screwdriver can be helpful for this. Once the end appears at the other end of the part, it can be pulled the rest of the way with a pliers, needle-nose works best.
Part can be threaded all the way onto the string, or left on the end.
If the part fits loosely or the hole is not big enough, I will be willing to upload a file with a differently sized hole if you can tell me how much bigger or smaller it needs to be, and you ask me nicely :)
It is best to print this part using ABS or another material with high heat tolerance due to the tendency of hoodies and jackets to get left in cars that may become excessively hot inside, and PLA won't stand up to that environment.. Best results come with a glass bed, as the rough finish caused by buildtak can make your piece look unfinished if you don't finish it yourself.
I found it best to print with supports only supporting the line at the top of the logo, and without a raft. Supports are easily removed with a needle nose pliers.
Remove the stoppers before washing or drying (or any other environments with high temperatures) to avoid melting the part and posing a fire risk.
Many thanks to jimflint80 for modeling the logo I remixed for this Thing!
Monoprice Maker Select V2