Step 7: Wear!

Now, wear and enjoy your gloves!  Have a warm and pain-free winter.

I'm hoping to reduce my chance of developing RSI problems in my wrists - hopefully you'll have nice warm hands and finger joints for whatever you do.  If you make your own pair, I'd love to see a picture and learn what you're using them for!
Wait but don't the gloves unravel at the top where they were cut? I have tried to make some fingerless gloves like this and they unraveled a bunch!<br>
<p>i don't get it duct tape would be suitable ^^ just use a little bit on the tops of each glove</p>
mine are ^^; I'll try to find a way to stop the unraveling, if you're still needing help with that
<p>perhaps melting the ends would stop the unravel but then it might be scratchy...</p>
Im using mine for a Kirito (Sword Art Online) cosplay for my school's costume day tomorrow, afterward I think I'll use them while I finish my crochet pair I started and never finished XD, of course i have lots of other crochet projects I wanna do, so these gloves will get plenty of use in the coming winter as I make up blankets and scarves and whatnot, so long as the finger's stop unraveling XD
step one: get gloves<br>step two: cut fingers off (of gloves)
I want a keyboard like that.
It's a kinesis. Takes a bit of time to get used to the swap-over, but it's somewhat less likely to break your hands if you type lots.
i love the stripes.
gardening gloves also work well and theres no unravelling problems. leather work gloves can also be cut but sometimes you need to restitch some of the seams, I don't have feeling in part of my left hand due to an accident so the leather glove protect from more than cold. Nicely done &quot;ible&quot; with quality pics !
I did this with a pair of fleecey purple gloves...pretty, but I learned that the fleece seems to attract dirt if you use them outside for much. :(<br><br>But I want *that* pair!!!! So cute.
I actually tried this about a month ago, before reading your instructable and the ends did fray, but if it is possible, maybe you could melt the tips a little just to keep them from fraying, but you might not be able to do that because of the material the gloves are made of. I do like the cut of glove Idea.
how do you keep the ends from unraveling after cutting the gloves?

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