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Sweatshirt Gloves

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Trace your hand on a piece of paper.

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Add your choice of seam allowance, I used about 1 cm.

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Cut out your pattern and pin it onto two or four layers of fabric depending on thickness. Cut out.

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For the application: Draw your pattern onto an Iron-on adhesive (I used Heat’n Bond light). Remember that the final result will be mirrored.

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Iron on the tracing on the fabric you are using for the application.

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Cut out your application and iron on again on your gloves.

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Hand or machine stich the application in place.

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Pin together your gloves, wrong sides together (the picture is misleading..)

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Sew together along the edge of the gloves using a sturdy and decorative seam. Cut off any excess fabric.

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Sew together ribbing if you do not have ready made cuff pieces. Place your ribbing around the glove opening and sew together while stretching the ribbing. Zick-zack or serge the edge if you like.

Done!

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2 thoughts on “Sweatshirt Gloves

  1. Pingback: Sweatshirt Gloves | LyllosMig

  2. Very nice!! You are full of good ideas:)

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