Tuesday, January 12, 2010

rice warmers over at make and takes

We're blogging over at Make and Takes today, so go check out our rice heat therapy bag tutorial!

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The Yorgason's said...

My mom and I made these last year! I love them! They are the best when you have a migraine. They give just enough pressure it help take it away.

The Garden Bell said...

WOW.... I make those too.

Mine I call Rice Snugglies. I had a tutorial up a while back too.

http://thegardenbell.blogspot.com/2009/11/snugglie-bag-to-sooth-you-soul.html

Stop on over and have a peak at my take on the MUST haves to survive winter.

Love you blog and am so glad to have found you. Keep it up.

!♣!F®om †he In§ide ou‡!♣! said...

My mom made me one a few years ago, and the material has started to wear, so thanks for this post, I'll be able to make my own!! :D

Beth- the mama bee said...

Oh I have one (I made it really long) and it's so nice. Between mine filled with rice and my kids filled with corn... it smells like dinner time at bedtime (we use them to warm our feet at bedtime).

Tess said...

Great job, loved your little tutorial. Thse would be good pocket warmers too if made with denim (sturdier).

RootsAndWingsCo said...

I will totally go check this out. My sister made some of these and has given me one. I love them, and with 3 kids I could sure use more than one! ;)
Rebecca of the R&W Gals

Amanda K said...

How funny! I have been working on those too and have been getting a post ready for my own blog! Great minds think alike!

Sherry said...

what a GREAT gift idea, I think I might make this for a friend that gets bad migraines! Thanks for sharing!

Twiddle Thumbs said...

So pretty!
Lots prettier than the man's tube sock that my rice warmer is. :)

Linda @ My Trendy Tykes said...

I am going to have to make a few for my kiddos.

Laura said...

I'd never heard of these but they're a great idea and so easy to make even I can manage it!

amaloney said...

I make these too and I like to crush up cinnamon sticks into small peices to include with the rice. When warmed it smells delicious enough to eat!

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