Step 1: Gathering Supplies
1/2 yard fleece - less if you don't want them up to your elbows
paper to draw your pattern
hand warmers so you can make your pocket to size
The pocket for these "Hotties" was 3" x 4" but a different brand may be a different size.
Step 2: Drawing the Pattern
Lay your hand out on the paper keeping fingers together and your thumb spread.
Draw a line around your hand allowing extra space to allow for a seam allowance.
You can make these as long or short as you like, I like them long.
Obviously I can't draw a straight line but that can be fixed before cutting them out.
Step 3: Cutting Out the Pieces
Lay the glove pattern on the fabric, pin, and cut out.
Do this twice since you'll need two gloves.
I cut out a 3" by 4" rectangle for the pocket and designed a little flap for the pocket.
The flap is 3" wide by 2 3/4" long and I cut the corners at an angle but you can cut them any way you want.
You'll need 2 pockets and 2 pocket flaps.
Step 4: Sewing the Pocket and Flap
Sew the buttonhole into the flap.
When sewing on the pocket flap leave a little space between it and the pocket which will make it easier to slip in the handwarmer.
Zigzag across the top of the flap to sew it in place.
Also, remember to lay out your gloves with the thumbs facing each other so you don't end up with one pocket on your palm and the other on the back of your hand - unless you want them like that which is perfectly fine since you are custom making them for you or a loved one.