Here are some more DIY fingerless glove ideas.
On Tuesday, the 26th I was able to go demo some of these on Studio 5.
I can’t get the video because somehow they couldn’t get my segment online, which, I have no problem with because I found out that being pregnant plus the 10 lbs. the camera adds don’t come out very nicely! So thank you KSL, for not being able to post the video.
So since I didn’t take step-by-step pictures of these, I must explain them.
But they are soooo easy!!
All’s you need is:
basic pair of gloves (the $store’s work out nice)
1/2 yd. any trimming (stretchy works best)
sewing machine or liquid stitch
any other embellishments you want
Go ahead and cut off the fingers of your gloves. You can cut them however short or long that you want.
On this particular pair of gloves I sewed the black lace along the wrist line. The lace is stretchy and therefore still allows it to be stretchy. You can put the trim wherever you want. Up by the fingers is extremely cute!
LIQUID STITCH. Liquid stitch works nicely on these, however, if you know how to sew I would recommend that over glueing. If you do use the liquid stitch, put something in between the glove (i.e. card board or paper) so it doesn’t stick together. Also, make sure you put books or something on top until dry.
Pretty much that is all. You can make these gloves however YOU want! Add as much or as little, use whatever colors you want, the possibilities are endless. I have more of these that I made, maybe I will bring up some more pictures soon!
Have fun, if you have any questions, let me know!