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November 18, 2011 AT 2:59 pm

DIY iPhone Gloves

iPhone Gloves

As winter draws near, you may be trying to use your phone outside in the cold more often, perhaps frustrated it does not register your touch. Don’t use your nose to unlock your phone and answer calls, make a pair of iPhone gloves! This is the topic of today’s episode of Becky’s Workshop


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3 Comments

  1. Cool! I needed this on my gloves yesterday! Where can I get the conductive thread? Thanks!

  2. Very nice. Is there any risk that the metal thread will scratch the screen?

  3. the thread is pretty soft – stephen, we’ll have something in the store soon – we didn’t like any of the thread out there for the most part so we have something really nice coming in.

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