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DIY Flannel Hand Warmers

Updated November 22, 2017

Come in from the cold with these DIY Flannel Hand Warmers. Flannel is so warm and comforting during winter months, and these homemade hand warmers are no exception. DIY rice bags are a snap to make and will last forever. Plus, they're so cozy that you'll never want to let them go! These hand warmers are so easy to make, you'll be able to whip up enough for the whole family in one weekend. Just pop them in the microwave to heat them up, and your fingers will be warm and happy all night.

DIY Flannel Hand Warmers
DIY Flannel Hand Warmers
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Time to complete: Under an hour

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I have made many of these for family members for their backs but never thought to use them for hand warmers. I have never used the field corn only rice but I think I may try the corn. Can you use beans? I always put essential oils on them too. I used fleece this time and I am going to see how that works but usually use flannel. These make great gifts for anyone especially those with joint problems or anyone who plays sports. Super fast and easy. Nice tutorial.

Flannel hand warmers! Love them for chilly walks in the evening. Just a smallish flannel scrap is needed, and some rice or corn kernels to fill. Simple straight stitching is a time-saver too. Another great stocking stuffer or just for giving. These are definitely better than the store bought ones and only need one minute in the microwave to heat.

I made 18 pairs of these hand warmers for our annual camping club camp out. I used scrap flannel and rice. I placed all of them in a crock pot on a keep warm setting. They were a huge success! I gave them away at the end of the camp out as a momento. I am getting ready to make several more pair to use as Christmas gifts. I even made my Mother a bigger one to use for her neck pain. Thanks for the idea.

How long do these need to be heated in microwave for? Feed corn won't "pop"? Great idea here! Thanks!


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