Specifically designed for machine quilters.
* Lightweight and form-fitting-keep gloves on to pull up bobbin thread, thread needle, clip threads, adjust fabrics, and add or remove pins.
• Fully coated fingertips for excellent grip with less resistance and drag on fabric. No coating on palm allows skin to breathe in cool comfort.
• Made of nylon knit in the style of a true support glove, comfortable enough to wear for hours. And because they're nylon, threads don't stick.
• Seamless design gives freedom to use fingertips or full hand surface for quilting.
How to Clean your Machingers™ Quilting Gloves
Hand wash in cool water with mild detergent. Dry flat. Do not tumble dry or iron.
With extended use, lint and excess fabric dye may accumulate on fingertip coating. To renew grip, gently rub oil soap or saddle soap on fingertip coating, then wash according to care instructions.
How to Fit your Machingers™ Quilting Gloves
Machingers are available in four sizes—XS, S/M, M/L and XL.
To approximate size, measure from the base of your palm (where your hand meets your wrist) to the tip of your middle finger.
XS is < 6.25"
S/M is 6.25” to 7"
M/L is 7” to 7.75"
XL is > 7.75"
This product cuts the stress on hands trying to maneuver quilt fabric through the machine. Makes stippling a breeze. I don't quilt without them.
I've purchased many gloves that I was never satisfied with before finding these gems. I have since purchased four pairs so I have one in with my class supplies, one in my sewing room and one just in case. Oh, and the one pair that I washed in hot water that is now too small... a lesson learned. You don't need to take them off when threading a needle, cutting some fabric or even making a cup of tea. A perfect, comfortable with just the right amount of traction. The only drawback is that they pick up color from your projects, but I can live with it.
Love these gloves
I've used the knitted gloves that look like garden gloves and these are MUCH better. They fit snugly and grip well. I can remove pins while wearing these gloves. The only drawback -- if you catch them on sharp objects, they can snag like nylon