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Lovey Hot Hand Warmers
Lovey Hot Hand Warmers
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Give the gift of warmth when you sew up these Lovey Hot Hand Warmers for a friend or family member. With the cold of winter blowing by, make sure the ones you love have a way to keep themselves as warm as possible by learning how to make a hand warmer that truly says I love you. These adorable, reusable hand warmers are heart-shaped and hard to pass by. Only using just a bit of fabric and only taking a few moments of your time, this DIY gift idea is a great scrap buster.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Under an hour

Sewn by: Machine

Easy

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Great idea! Does anyone have suggestions on type of fabric rather than wool? Curious about durability.

These hand warmers are lovely to make. Having made oodles, I know that they make great gift ideas, just add a note with the gift of how to warm them in the microwave for a few seconds so that the gift recipient will know. Perfect as a scrap saver project!

This is such a great idea, I had no idea you could microwave rice to make a heating pad. I've heard you can do it with wheat grains. I guess you could make all sorts of different shapes for Christmas - crackers or wreaths. And what about adding some lovely scented herbs or dried flowers to make them smell nice too? Does anyone have photos they can share?

These are so cute and handy for those of us who live in cold climates! I'm thinking of using up some scraps to make these as quick Valentine's Day gifts.

you have so many interesting things every day ,to see and read I have to shut you one before I'm half way. But I always come back HAPPY CHRISTMAS.

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