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Trendy Fingerless Gloves Tutorial:

FYI: I was 5 months prego during this taping!

I’ve been seeing them everywhere: Trendy, Fingerless Gloves.
Here is a pair you can make from a pair of socks.
I found these socks at Target for $2.
I tried them on and measured how high I wanted them above my wrist, then cut:
I then sewed the raw edge by folding the edges inward, then sewing a light zig-zag stitch.
Then I cut about an inch to an inch 1/4 hole where my thumb was going to be

After that, you’re then going to want to stitch the thumbhole with a heavy (meaning very close) zig-zag stitch. This not only makes the edge ruffly and cute, but also prevents fraying.
After doing that to the thumb hole, I thought it was so cute, I decided to do it to the other edge (the fingers hole).
Then I added a few snowflake buttons on the wrist to add a little bling and wahlaahh!

The fun thing about fingerless gloves is you can dress them up or down. If it’s colder outside, simply add a regular pair of gloves underneath. You can add any color to match your outfit!

Here are just a few pictures of celebrities wearing fingerless gloves. Hmm…are the 80’s trend making a come-back?
Celebrity images courtesy of www.posh24.com and www.alittlegirltalk.com

Comments

  1. says

    i am loving these! ok so this will sound stupid, but how do you do the zig zag stitch? you might have to show me…i’m special…
    PS made the coasters that you had on here a while ago–LOVE them! everyone in my fam has had me make them some!

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