Hand Warmers for violin?
May 9, 2012 at 1:20 AMhey everyone, i've played in a couple concert halls where it was pretty darn cold, and was barely able to play proficiently! (cough cough Spivy Hall) I tried looking around for hand warmers/fingerless gloves and they all look so bulky.
So this might sound REALLYYY silly, but how about handerpants?? (the underwear looking glove for your hands- its just a thin layer of cotton)
Please comment if this is a legitimate idea (besides the fact its strange to wear in public) or it won't be sufficient to warm your hands- and what would be better when winter comes again?
From Anne-Marie ProulxThis makes my day : ) Really funny!
Posted on May 10, 2012 at 12:27 AM
But having cold hands is less funny... I know something about this!
As long as it works... but have to say the desing is really funny. I can't imagine how people would remain serious with someone wearing this...
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