Happy Cloud Heating Pad Tutorial


Happy Cloud Heating Pad Tutorial


Happy Cloud Heating Pad Tutorial
Happy Cloud Heating Pad Tutorial

Kids will love helping Mommy or Nana create clouds that fit in the palm of their hands with this incredibly easy Happy Cloud Heating Pad Tutorial. This quick and simple sewing project lets kids sketch out their own clouds that Mom can turn into DIY heating pads. These soothing shapes are perfect beginner sewing projects and come in handy during cold and flu season. You can even fill your heating pads with stuffing instead of rice and transform your heating pads into tiny adorable pillows. However you use your heating pads, they're sure to bring a smile to your child's face with this easy sewing tutorial.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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My 10yr old nephew and I spent a fun morning making about 10 of these. He cut out the shapes, I sewed, he handled the rice filling and they look really good! Now he wants a special pillow so, besides such wonderful quality time, he is really excited that he will be learning to sew.

Using cozy cloud forms to make a childs heating pad is a great idea. If no cloud printed fabric is available, then I imagine any blue fabric for background and hand stitch while fleece cloud shapes onto the fabric would work as well. I have made so many rice-filled heating pads of a square or rectangular shape however I like this cloud shape idea and will make several for gift-giving in the future.

As a chronic pain sufferer, I LOVE heating pads. Im not a fan of the electric ones though

Cute! Love how easy t make. #BestIdeaEver

I love that this gets kids involved in sewing! Plus, it's a practical item for adults. Sounds like the best of both worlds!


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