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This is a CUSTOM LISTING! Do not purchase unless it was made for you! Thanks.
Last pair of arm warmers in this fabric!!

Organic cotton arm warmers in a dark avocado green! A lovely mix of green and brown.
These fingerless gloves are extremely versatile, wear them slouched down, pulled up, whatever suits your mood.

Perfect for transitional weather! Great for layering or on their own, when gloves are a little too warm but short sleeves aren't enough. Plus they look super hip! Made with a stretchy, soft, organic cotton jersey knit in a dark avocado-moss-dark olive (somewhere between green and brown). They are topstitched at the fingers and the top of the sleeve with a black decorative stretch stitch and the inner edges are serged to prevent fraying (three thread stitch allows for stretch and provides durability). The thumb holes edges are serged and then hand sewn open.

Great for commuting, biking, running, shopping, typing, dance, yoga...

They fit a teen or women's small to medium sized arm (depending if you want slouch or tight sleeves).
Dimensions: 18-19 cm (7-7.5 inches) circumference, 37 cm (14.5 inches) long.
Please email me if you have further questions about size.

Handmade in Victoria, BC on beautiful Vancouver Island, Canada.

Please check my shop announcements for current shipping times and information. Thanks!

CUSTOM LISTING Arm Warmers in Dark Avocado Green - Organic Cotton - Fingerless Gloves

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: jersey knit, organic cotton, thread
  • Ships worldwide from Victoria, Canada
  • Feedback: 516 reviews
  • Favorited by: 23 people