No sew arm warmers

No sew arm warmers

You Will Need:

A long-sleeved shirt

1. Cut off the sleeves.
Lay the shirt flat and cut the arm off just below where the elbow would be.

2. Turn the sleeve inside out so that you can see the seam. Be careful not to stretch out the fabric while you are turning it inside out, as this may cause your gloves to be warped.

3. Cut a hole for the thumb.
Remove 1” of the seam about a ½” below the sleeve cuff. This hole will be for your thumb. Turn the sleeve right side out and slip it onto your arm.

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Jul 27, 2015
by: Ciera

Thank you for sharing the new and simple method to make such arm warmers! I am going to try this method to make a single piece as my first try.

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