Just in time for autumn bonfires, chilly football games, and walking in a winter wonderland- DIY flannel hand warmers using scraps that came from thrifted shirts! Such a simple, quick project- any leftover fabric scraps will do- and you fill them with rice! 25-30 seconds in the microwave and they get nice and toasty- perfect for taking the chill off of cold hands. #SadieSeasongoods
Hand warmers I made for Christmas presents. I saw the idea here pinterest.com/.... I made them from scrap fleece I had around the house. Made them in assorted colors and patterns and filled them with rice (there are other options for fillers, but this was the easiest to acquire and inexpensive). I then made my own label and gave them to family and friends. GREAT LITTLE GIFT!
Hot/Cold Packs Tutorial. The nice thing about these hand warmers is that they work for cold packs too if you put them in the freezer first.... headaches and owies are quickly soothed by using one or two of these little cuties!
Cozy hand warmers: 4 pieces of 3"x3" cotton fabric, uncooked rice. Pin two pieces of fabric together, wrong side out. Sew around the edges, leaving at least an inch open. Turn square right side out. Fill square 3/4 of the way with rice. Hand sew or machine stitch the pocket opening.