Making Hand Warmer From Old Socks

If you are like me, you are constantly losing the mates to socks in the washer and dryer. Take a pair of your husband's mismatched tube socks and cut it off where the ribbing starts. Slide this on your hand one at a time and then mark where your thumb would come. Take off the ribbing and cut only a small slit on the side. Do the same for the other hand.


Slide the ribbing on your hand with the sewn end facing your fingers.You can pull it down as far as you like on your fingers or as high up off your fingers. My hands get so cold and stiff but this helps my hands stay warm. If you want to get crafty with it, you can sew the other end where it was cut off from the sock and make a hem there. It saves from having to go and buy those expensive gloves that have no fingers or thumbs in them for arthritis.

By Cassie

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