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  • Courtney Ramatowski

    Rice bag hand warmers

  • Katie Gaertner

    Hot/Cold Bags Tutorial... microwave them for a hot pack, freeze them for a cool pack, and they are just filled with rice.

  • Holly Birch

    Hot Cold Packs Tutorial ~ Fill each 5" x 5" Spuare with 3/4 c. of rice. Line with flannel to keep the Hot cold in longer ~ cute gift idea to make ~ From Bee in My Bonnet

  • Molly Lee

    Bee In My Bonnet: Hot/Cold Bags Tutorial... Hot or cold rice packs.... Clever!

  • Linda Skove

    DIY hold or cold packs. This is such a great way to use fabric scraps. These packs can be used as hand warmers or as cold packs to soothe bug bites or sports injuries. Great gift idea for the sports or outdoor enthusiast.

  • Cathy O'Brien

    Hot cold bag tutorial

  • sarah mc.

    Hot/Cold Rice Bags Tutorial.

  • Adriana Maldonado

    Hot/Cold Bags Tutorial - if only I knew how to sew and owned a sewing machine!! HA!!

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Rice packs, use hot or cold. My mom has made these since I can remember and I swear I never have enough of them. The best for headaches and body pains.

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Such a charming little gnome! I would add some quilting to keep his hat and shirt from looking so plain. He needs to come to my home!

Make these out of fleece and fill with rice = hand warmers, cold pack for boo-boos, or hot compresses.. OWLS!

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Bee In My Bonnet: Hot/Cold Bags Tutorial...Hand warmers --- Instead of that old Tube Sock with Rice in the freezer or microwave wouldn't these look so much nicer? Do you have any old flannel baby blankets, great reuse idea.

I need to make a new one of these for my sore shoulder. I had bought one a long time ago and it leaked beans all over.