Just wanted to say Happy Mother's Day to all of our Mom's out there across the miles (and to our Grandmom's,Aunt's and Dad's who are Mom's too). I've been Mom and Dad for 19 years so I know what the job entails. It isn't always easy and it can be rough at times but one thing for sure it is the best job in the world! Enjoy your special day!!
This craft is for the bigger kids and Moms. I found this idea on Pinterest and love this idea. It's a great way to use sweaters that have gown too small or maybe out of style. I'm really excited to try it and wanted to share it here on my blog so others could try it as well.
There's no instructions but as you can see it's pretty self explanatory. I think you could probably line the gloves with some type of fleece or lambswool to make them extra warm. I think it would be cute too if there was a little strap across the wrist where you could make it tighter if need be.
Anyways, I think this is just a really adorable idea and it's a great way to recycle!
Books related to this project---
Jenny Berry's LOST Red Mitten
Jenny Berry is six years old and she is always losing things. Jenny doesn't like losing things but it just keeps happening. And now it's snowing and Jenny can't find one of her red mittens. She has no idea where it can be. But Grandma Lily does. Grandma Lily tells Jenny about a magical place called Raggedy Lyme, a place where lost things can hide until their owners deserve to have them back. Grandma Lily always knows things like that. And Grandma Lily wants Jenny to learn how important it is to take care of the things that she owns. . . . A short story for children. Available on amazon
The Mitten (Folk Tales)
A Ukrainian folk tale translated for your kids.