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Thread: One-Step Quilting Gloves Tutorial

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    Thanks for the link. That's a great idea to use puff paint to give grip to the gloves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mucky
    I like to cut the tips off the gloves of my index and middle finger. Doesn't harm the quilting but makes it easier to thread a needle, etc without taking the gloves off.
    Great tip. Thanx.

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    Tanks for that. After seeing so many talk about the gloves, it occured to me that a pair of strange stretchy gloves with rubbery fingers and palms at the Dollar Tree store for gardening were pretty much the same thing- no hassle great price

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    Thank you for sharing this with us. Very useful . Thank you for the link

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    This is great! I have been teaching my 8 year old great niece to quilt and now we can make her a pair of gloves to use in her size! Thanks for the link!

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    Great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for sharing this with us!

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    Thanks for sharing this with us!

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    I use tacky finger stuff from the office. It works too.

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    I use tacky finger stuff from the office and just use my fingers. It works good too.

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    what a very good idea, shame I paid out for a pair of quilting gloves

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