Handy Rice Bag Warmers Easy Sewing Project


Handy Rice Bag Warmers Easy Sewing Project


Handy Rice Bag Warmers Easy Sewing Project
Handy Rice Bag Warmers

Make sure all of your friends and family stay warm on Christmas by sewing them up a Handy Rice Bag Warmers Easy Sewing Project. They're soft, inexpensive to make, and are a convenient way to shake off the winter blues. This would make a great homemade Christmas gift for someone you know who's always a bit chilly, and it could be a fun little Christmas activity that your kids can help you with. If you're looking for Christmas DIY gifts that won't be stashed away once the holidays are over, this is the perfect project to work on. These hand warmers are perfect for commuters - they won't mind waiting for a bus or train when they have these in their pockets.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialFabric


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My aunt used to make these for us every year. Sometimes she used rice, other times she used oats. She made hers with seams running down then every few inches so they could be folded easily. They last forever. I still have one she made about 20 years ago. They are great when you are feeling under the weather or come in from working outside and want to warm up.

I have one that's pretty old and worn out, so it's time to make a new one. I like a cold bedroom to sleep in and I use the rice bag to keep my feet warm in the winter. Mine is made from an old tshirt, but the fleece looks much more comfortable and probably easier to work with.

These bags are amazing! My Aunt made up a bunch of these for our family and I am in love with mine! I tend to get a really sore lower back and this has made me feel a million time better. It is also really nice to heat up and throw under your bed sheets in the winter to warm up before going to bed. My Aunt even tried putting a bit of dried lavendar in some for some aroma therepy benefits. These bags cost a fortune in the store, but are really affordable to DIY. You won't be sorry! These are great!

I use flax seed it holds the heat longer and is softer if you are really hurting which I do with Fibro

How do you sahre I thought that was what I was doing

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