For this project, you’ll need a needle and some conductive thread.
To make a pathway for the electricity to travel, sew a small spot of conductive thread to the fingertip of the glove.
Be sure to leave a long tail of thread inside the finger of the glove to make good contact with your skin.
Make many stitches with the thread to build up a conductive surface.
To cut the thread, first leave a long tail inside the finger of the glove. Then repeat the process on the glove’s thumb.
The hardest part about this project is doing everything left-handed.
When I paid attention to the way I use my phone, I found that the best place for the thumb pad was actually along the side of my thumb.
Try your gloves out on your touch-screen devices and enjoy!
If your gloves don’t work right away, try adding more conductive thread fringe on the insides of your gloves’ fingers.