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Thread: Handeze

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    Has anyone out there ever used the "Handeze" fingerless 'support' gloves? I just found a pair on sale at the LQS and decided to give them a go. I could probably use a size smaller and if they help I'll buy another pair or two.

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    I want to get some too. I heard they are really good!

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    A friend of mine uses them all of the time!

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    I have used them for about 4 years now. I can not quilt more that about 15" without them, with them I can quilt at least a whole side of my queen quilt. I had surgery on my hand for arthritis and I still use them for any hand work. They are WONDERFUL!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by featherweight
    I have used them for about 4 years now. I can not quilt more that about 15" without them, with them I can quilt at least a whole side of my queen quilt. I had surgery on my hand for arthritis and I still use them for any hand work. They are WONDERFUL!!!!!
    I got mine at Hancocks on sale, and I use one on my right hand all the time, I am cross-stitching Christmas stocking right now, My only problem is I have a slim, long hand, long fingers, so the cuff doesn't come back to my wrist, but it still helps a lot, I can tell when I don't have it on. I would recommend anyone with joint problems to get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sak658
    Quote Originally Posted by featherweight
    I have used them for about 4 years now. I can not quilt more that about 15" without them, with them I can quilt at least a whole side of my queen quilt. I had surgery on my hand for arthritis and I still use them for any hand work. They are WONDERFUL!!!!!
    I got mine at Hancocks on sale, and I use one on my right hand all the time, I am cross-stitching Christmas stocking right now, My only problem is I have a slim, long hand, long fingers, so the cuff doesn't come back to my wrist, but it still helps a lot, I can tell when I don't have it on. I would recommend anyone with joint problems to get one.
    Here's an old joke...Stiff in the joints? Stay out of the joints!

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    DH has used them for years for computer work. If you check Joann's when they have their BOGO notions wall sale (starting on Sunday) they are sometimes on the wall.

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    my thumbs gave me quite a lot of trouble yrs ago and i used them. liked them a lot. I wonder where they are now? I must find them, i know i'll need them again one day.

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    I have these, and I love them! Was one of the best things I have ever purchased for quilting!! :thumbup:

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