How to make cotton gloves


The steps and cutting methods for making cotton gloves are as follows:

Prepare the materials. Materials such as table cloth, lining cloth, fluffy cotton, and paper pattern of gloves need to be prepared. 

Draw the hand pattern. Place your hand on a piece of cardboard and draw the shape of the palm and fingers, taking care that the fingers are separated to create a three-dimensional effect when stitched together. 

Cut the material. According to the paper pattern, cut out the corresponding parts on the table cloth and the lining cloth, and leave seams for each part. 

Suture the thumb. Suture the thumb first, align the edges, and pay attention to the direction as you sew. 

Suture the palms and fingers. Sew the stitched thumb opposite the palm and fingers to make sure the stitches are neat.

Handle the cotton. When cutting the cotton, leave 1 to 2 centimeters of space on all sides to prevent the cotton from being sewn in during stitching. 

Quilted cotton. Fill the inside of the glove with cotton and use a sewing machine for quilting, taking care to keep the fabric flat and avoid kinks during quilting.

Trim and fix the cotton. After quilting is complete, trim off the excess cotton and secure the cotton along the fabric edge so that the fabric and cotton are tightly bonded.

Sew the lining. Sew the lining to the inside of the glove, taking care to leave enough seam space. 

Decorate and finish. If desired, you can add decorations to the gloves, such as rabbit hair, etc., and then turn the gloves upside down to complete the final stitching. 

The above steps can be adjusted according to personal preferences and needs, such as choosing different cloth and cotton types, and adding or changing decorative elements.