Turn single gloves into stretchy rings you can wear over a still-intact pair.
The fancy sequins shown here can be found in the jewelry section of many craft stores. Ours are the Jewelry Essentials brand; a 3-ounce package costs about $4.
For each ring, cut a one-inch section from the fi nger of a glove with a thin, tight knit. Stretch the ring so that the edges roll inside, forming a tube.
Bring a threaded sewing needle through the inside of the ring to the outside. Thread a few sequins onto the needle and top the stack with a bead.
Pass the needle down through the stack of sequins and the ring, as shown. Knot the thread to secure.