Glove making involves hundreds of meticulous precision steps by hand. 

As glove-leather is only 0.5mm thick, and it is butter-soft and stretchy to perfectly glove your hand, it takes a trained hand to handle the glove-cutting craft. While you can 3D print working gloves or machine knit an entire pair of knitted gloved, no machine can work the leather into the right shape and size for a pair of dress gloves.

It takes years of training. Erik Vejrum, a second generation of Randers Handsker, was particularly trained in glove-cutting, while his brother, Arne Vejrum, was trained in France and London as a glove-tanner.