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When I was a kid, winter beds were warmed with a hot water bottle wrapped in a towel. This worked okay, but inevitably the towel slipped off during ...
pattern files (.pdf files are included below, though they print out smaller than my original) red fleece Red Christmas fleece can often be found in the remainder bin in ...
First, download and print the two pattern pieces from the previous step, and cut them out along the solid outer lines. Photo shows cutting the original pattern—unfortunately, I ...
Now is the time to add any decorations you may want. I played around with adding a felt initial, a felt heart and some ribbon but ultimately the ...
Fold your first pattern back at the long dotted line. (note: be sure to fold, don't cut, as you will need to unfold it later.) This is now ...
Roll the two straight edges of the back pieces and hem. Now place your front piece right side up and cover it with the hemmed top back piece, ...
Take out your front pattern piece once more and unfold the first crease you made. Now you will be folding down the little neck of the bottle at ...
Now all you need to do is insert the filled muslin bag into your red covering and you are finished. To use, heat in a microwave for about ...
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