Step 4: Assembling

Now that your velco is on, you are ready to sew the handwarmer together, hooray!

9. Place the dome-shaped pattern on top of the rectangle. The folded edge should align with the top of the velcro strip. Pin

10. Sew around the raw edges, close to the edge.

11. Trim the edges by cutting close to your stich around the curve. Turn the glove part right side out.

Repeat these steps for your second handwarmer.
Now you have 2 funny looking gloves...

<p>maybe you should call them Finger warmers instead? cuz I see an exposed hand</p>
On Motorbikes they are called heated grips they have some elements in the rubber. But the control box usually melts against the exhaust. Good idea though.
maybe having brakes on the childrens bikes might be make more sence
Most kids bikes have foot brakes.
do your thumbs get cold?
I guess a little. But they are wrapped behind the handlebar and more protected from the wind. It's those little fingers that get numb knuckles if they're not wrapped up :-)
that makes sense. nice job by the way. good luck in the sew warm contest.
Thank you!
What a great idea!
Amazing! I love this idea--thanks for sharing! :)

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