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Annie Oakley Homemade Heating Pad

By: Jade from Jaderbomb
Annie Oakley Homemade Heating Pad

Keep yourself warm this winter when you make this cowpoke of an easy sewing pattern. All you need is an old bandana, some rice, and fifteen minutes to learn how to make a heating pad. Homemade heating pads can be used in dozens of ways. Whether you just need to keep warm, want to soothe a sore muscle, or relieve a tummy ache, the Annie Oakley Homemade Heating Pad will do the trick. This free sewing pattern would be a great beginner sewing project to make before going on a trip to warm weather.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Having made dozens of various sized rice-filled bags to use as heating pads, I find this one is decidedly charming. I usually make them out of terry cloth hand towels but this one using a colorful bandana caught my eye. The long tube-like shape lends itself to being soothingly draped across sore shoulders and neck when warmed in the microwave. Quick to make too.


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