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  • Ginny Harmon

    Make these out of fleece and fill with rice = hand warmers, cold pack for boo-boos, or hot compresses for eyes! Little owls make me happy!

  • Carina Bassin

    Planning to make some rice packs during recovery, but these are way cooler...Make these out of fleece and fill with rice = hand warmers, cold pack, or hot compress

  • Kayla Williams

    Make these out of fleece and fill with rice = hand warmers, cold pack for boo-boos, or hot compresses for eyes! They'd make adorable Christmas gifts or party favors!

  • Kristen Kavanaugh

    Make these out of flannel and fill with rice = hand warmers, cold pack for boo-boos, or hot compresses. Good idea for the fabric scraps I have!

  • robin vinton-mcdonnell

    Make these out of fleece and fill with rice , thinking these would be adorable as bean bag toys!! = hand warmers, cold pack for boo-boos, or hot compresses for eyes! They'd make adorable Christmas gifts!!

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Make these out of fleece and fill with rice = hand warmers

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justanotherhangup... The link describes it and will hopefully make it easier to find.

  • Natalie Campbell

    I'd suggest using 1/4" seam allowances, trimming corners and some on the curves. Also If you are going to put the stomach and eyes on with a sewing machine that you should use clear thread...even if it's a pain to work with.