These little hand warmers are so cute & such a great little gift idea & or stocking stuffer! I have been making these a lot lately because I think they are just too cute not to give for gifts. I hope you enjoy my tutorial, If you have any questions feel free to ask in a comment or you can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Sorry for the length of this post it's actually 2 tutorials! one for owl hand warmers & one for Football hand warmers. For Both of these you will need to print out patterns and then trace & cut out You will need 2 of each thing for the owls except the noses per 1 hand warmer, use whatever fabric you like just make sure it is cotton along with your thread because these are going in the microwave and we dont want anything catching on fire! Here is the Owl Pattern I used. ( I just left out the feet and wings) & here is the FOOTBALL pattern I used. You need 2 footballs cut out for each 1 hand warmer....
- Cotton fabric
- Cotton thread
- Sewing machine
- Patterns (shown above)
Once you have your fabric cut out ( sorry forgot to take a picture of everything cut out)
You will want to start sewing on the face of your owl onto the body of your fabric.
facing each other and sew leaving just a little gap to turn out like shown above.
Then turn right side out like shown above, fill with rice & hand sew the opening shut!
Wa la your done! These owl handwarmers aren't shown with the others I made
because I gifted them to my wonderful friend Heather over at Heatherly Loves
go check out her blog if you haven't already she has a great blog & is hosting
an awesome giveaway right now! :)
easy just cut out your footballs from whatever fabric you like Oh & make sure to turn
your football over & owl too! when tracing your 2nd piece for your hand warmer so they
fit right sides together when you sew them!
Place your cute new hand warmers in the microwave for 30 seconds and stick in your coat
pocket to help keep your hand warms for about 30 minutes out in the cold!
I hope you all enjoyed these quick little tutorials, sorry for picture overload! Have a great rest of the week!