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Guanti... con qualcosa in più / Gloves... with something more

Per un regalo di Natale speciale ho creato questi guanti dall'anima doppia: senza dita per garantire praticità, con la possibilità di trasformarsi in moffole quando fa davvero freddo. Indossati dal loro proprietario nella foto, a sinistra si vede come restano con la moffola aperta, a destra con la moffola chiusa. Sono piaciuti molto e io mi sono divertita a inventarmi un modo per farli senza nessun riferimento...


For a special Xmas gift I created these gloves with a double soul: fingerless so that they can be used in everyday tasks, but they can become mittens when it's dreary cold. Their owner wears them in the picture above: on the left you can see how they look open, on the right how they look as mittens. Their owner loved them and I had much fun figuring out how to make them without any reference...

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  1. Ciao! Volevo farti i complimenti per questo progetto! Mi piace molto , vorrei sapere se vendi o concedi gratuitamente lo schema e dove lo posso trovare... grazie!

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