Monday, 12 March 2012

Gloves made from jumper sleeves

gloves jumper sleeves upcycling

Here are some gloves that my 9 year old daughter recently made. These are so easy to make that she made them all by herself with no help from me!  With these particular gloves what we did first was shrink the woollen jumper in the wash so that it was more like felt so when cutting the sleeves it was easier (no loose wool threads!). This is optional and you don't have to shrink them if you don't want to. I have written the easy tutorial for these below.

gloves jumper sleeves upcycling

Step 1: Cut off some sleeves from a jumper ( My daughter added extra length so to turn the cuff down. optional)
Step 2: Turn inside out, cut a slit through both sides (make sure wide enough for your thumb!)
Step 3: Sew up the sides of the slits, so making a space for the thumb and a space for the fingers.
Step 4: Turn back out the right way and then add decoration. (My daughter sewed on some fancy ribbons.)

My daughter loves wearing these for school every day and is so proud of the fact that she made them herself!


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10 comments:

  1. What a clever idea and so pretty too! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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  2. Awesome job!

    Mrs. Delightful
    www.ourdelughtfulhome.blogspot.com

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  3. Very pretty and such a smart idea. You must be very proud of your daughter for such a nice job! Thanks for linking on Busy Monday at A Pinch of Joy! Hope to see you again soon – the links are open!

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  4. Thank you for your comments, my daughter loves her gloves, especially as they are pink!

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  5. SO beautiful..I love the cool idea :) so smart!

    p.s You were featured at my page once..so if you would like,you can also grab my Featured ON badge :)
    Thanks

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  6. She is very talented too, these look very nice, I understand why she loves them so much.

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  7. this a great idea, karima may I ask u a favor pls, u know that i had grab ur button to my blog long time ago so please sis do u grab my new blog button of the Christ crucifixion, thank u dear Karima and have a nice day.

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  8. thank u Karima Dear,
    i'm so pleased that u grabbed my blog button's,
    may Allah accept this work from both of us.
    love u always.

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