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Thread: One-Step Quilting Gloves Tutorial

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    Just thought this might be useful information. I am going to try this.
    http://littlebirdiesecrets.blogspot....-tutorial.html

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    thanks for the link

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    Thank you

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    cool ideal! :-P

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    Thanks for the link, great tip.

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    Thanks! This is a great link.

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    Thank you

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    Great idea! It's a fun activity to do with a small gathering of friends on a sewing day and makes the loves so personal. How does the puffy paint hold up over time?

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    Great idea, when my gloves wear out, i will do this!

    i have used puffy paint and/or hot glue gun for the bottom of kids socks, to make my own non skid slippers.
    much cheaper than buying the non skid fabric for the bottoms of slippers.. :thumbup:

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    Must keep this in mind if my current pair fail me. Surely I still have some old puff paint in my craft hoard. Thanks for a great tip.

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    I actually made these and they work perfect :)

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    Terrific idea. Thanks

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    Thanks for the tut link.

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    Will have to give this a try. Never hurts to have a backup :thumbup:

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    Really cute!

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    So great, I have been wanting to try gloves, and this will be a good inexpensive way to go.:)

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    Love the idea. Thanks

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    very cute idea, which reminded me - I bought a pair of bamboo woven fabric garden gloves (they fit very snug and breathe!) with the dots all over the palm side at a grocery for 80% off (end of season sale) for 2$ and never thought about using them to quilt! (brain dead here!! ) what a great idea for sewing gloves and now I can use what I bought sharet

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    What a terrific idea
    I am working on Zentangle quilts
    and the gloves look like a zentangle
    so I may make them in white with black
    or black with white zentangles.

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    thank you

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    Thanks for this link! I'm going to make a pair of these to use in the winter while machine quilting.

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    GREAT IDEAS....LOVE the gloves ! ! !

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    Good link. Thank you for posting it.

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    Had I know before... I just bought a par of ready made gloves.

    Anyways, i will save this link for the future. Thanks!

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    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.

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