I made these fun little hand warmers today.
To make you'll need:
- Flannel fabric scraps
- 1 sheet of Square 1 Iron-on
- pinking scissors
- Fabric template was found at ShabbyFabrics.com
Using the template from ShabbyFabrics.com, cut 2 matching flannel fabric pieces. Use your pinking scissors and cut around all edges. This will keep edges from fraying. Sew edges wrong side together, leaving an opening for rice.
Find images you want on the hand warmers. Mine were all found in the Silhouette Store and were sized at 2.5 inches max (for width / length). The heart needs to have a smaller image. Print and cut on Square1 Iron-on. You can get at least 6 images to one sheet. Iron an image onto one side of hand warmer. If using a heat press, set to 325 degrees for 4 seconds.
Pour rice into the hand warmer through the opening you left when sewing. Using a funnel will make this much easier. And you'll find that you don't need very much rice.
Go back to sewing machine and stitch the opening closed.
Hand warmer is done!
Thank you for visiting today! ~ Marilyn