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Selina's tutorial to make rice bags as an alternative to electric heating pads. It makes 6 bags and is very quick and easy.

* Sew we Stitch: Comfort and Joy with Selina.and her Rice Bag Tutorial ( some may have a headache lol)

No-Sew Microwavable Rice Heating and Icing Pads... I like making mine by just taking a long adult-sized sock, filling with rice, and tying a knot in the end.

Easy No-Sew Microwavable Rice Heating Pad

Easy No-Sew Rice Heating Pad Or Cold Pack-- making this homemade microwavable rice heating pad took less than 5 minutes start to finish. Perfect for soothing sore muscles or warming up from the cold, especially when you add a few drops of essential oil!

Rice filled owl heating pads. Adorable, easy, practical and so much fun for kids OR grown-ups. These make such a cute baby gift too!

adorable and easy DIY rice-filled owl heating pads. Perfect for ordinary winter days (tuck them under the covers at bedtime), or you could make these heating pads in red and pink for Valentine's gifts.

rice bag tutorial:  I used a microfiber dish towel from the dollar store and filled it with Jasmine rice which is very fragrant.

rice bag tutorial: I used a microfiber dish towel from the dollar store and filled it with Jasmine rice which is very fragrant.

Tutorial for Rice Bag Feet Warmer - for those who are often outside!

Gift idea: DIY rice bag feet warmer - Sewing required (Great for all those friends and family that always have cold feet)

Life in the Hundred Acre Woods: rice bag heating pad tutorial.  These are awesome: just throw them in the microwave to heat up and apply to sore muscles, or warm up a cold bed!

Life in the Hundred Acre Woods: rice bag heating pad tutorial. These are awesome: just throw them in the microwave to heat up and apply to sore muscles, or warm up a cold bed!

Elmer's blue gel glue in place of wax for easy batik! This tutorial calls it a "watermark tee".

Elmers blue gel glue in place of wax for easy batik.-- This tutorial calls it a watermark tee (Easier on the fabric than doing a pink tee with a bleach pen)

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