Whether its the big black leather above, or some woolly mitts, when the weather outside turns frightful and you need to operate a capacitive touchscreen like the iPhone, you can save yourself some cash -- and frostbite -- with a little bit of sewing and a bunch of conductive thread.

Instructables has the step by steps...

[Instructables via Lifehacker via Gizmodo]

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Rene Ritchie

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