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Boy, is it ever summer here in the Midwest! What can we do to beat the heat other than staying inside like houseplants? Sport a water-activated neck cooler ...
Materials:100% cotton fabric (prewash all fabric so that colors will not bleed when cooler is wet)threadWater absorbing polymer crystals (see suppliers below*)Tools:Scissors or rotary cutter and matsewing machine ...
Cut fabric into a strip 4 1/2 inches wide by 40-45 inches long. This can most easily be done by cutting from selvage to selvage. (Selvage are the ...
Turn the tube right side out. Press (iron) the length of the tube with the seam at the center, not at a fold.
Find the center of the tube and stitch across the center. Make sure to lock your stitches each time by backstitching a few stitches so the dry crystals ...
Cut your ends at an angle and fold the edges inward to create a hem. Iron flat and sew across this hem to finish your cooler.
Soak your neck cooler in water for 30 minutes to activate the crystals. After the first 10-15 minutes, smoosh the crystals around to evenly distribute them in each ...
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