Wheat Heat Pack

A corduroy , fleece or velour are perfect fabrics to use for heat packs as they are durable and soft on the skin.

by Craftbits (Shellie Wilson)

What you need

Fabric 15 x 48cm's or your desired size.
1 cup of Dried lavender
Sewing machine


Pin the 2 pieces of fabric together with the right sides facing. Sew around the edges leaving a 5 cm gap.

Pull the pillow through the gap, turning it the right way out. Use a knitting needle to help push out tight corners.

Fill the pillow 3/4 full with wheat and add the cup of dried lavender as you go.

Finish off by hand sewing the gap closed.

To use: Microwave for 2 minutes until hot or store in the freezer until cold for a cold pack.

Wheat can be bought in bulk from Animal Produce Stores. If you are giving these as a gift pop them into a organza bag for a decorative finish.

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