This original arm warmer project is from Megan Nicolay of Generation T, an exclusive blogger for iLoveToCreate! 

This T-shirt transformation project is my favorite of the accessories in my first book. They're super easy to stitch up in an afternoon, and even easier to embellish with iron-on glitter sheets--which seriously increase the superhero factor.

These arm warmers are especially good for:
1) Completing late night deadlines (reports, papers, presentations, tax filing, etc.).
2) Healing goose-bumped flesh in the over-air-conditioned spaces of warm-weather climates.
3) Protecting long-armed folks from that pesky draft caused by the gap between the glove and sleeve in cold weather climates.
4) Shielding the knuckles of bicyclists from biting winds when they ride really fast.
5) Executing superhero power stances.

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Step 1: Supplies

-1 or more old T-shirts (with the bottom hem intact)
-Fabric marking tool
-All-purpose scissors
-Fabric scissors
-Needle and thread (or sewing machine)
-Tulip Fashion Glitter Shimmer Transfer Sheets
-Pressing cloth
Very nice idea: save the world by recycling! Everybody can be a superhero! :)
Fun idea and def great for "cool" cycling. You might fix your descriptions and pictures for step 4, there is a disconnect in there. I'm almost certain you seam those up along one side, with a space in the seam for a thumb hole? And maybe hem the end?
Very cool!
Very clever!
This is so awesome, it made me think of Iron Man themed warmers.
COOL i plan on turning some old t shirts into a blanket now i have something i can do with the extra bits.

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