Step 4: Sew the mask closed and put it in the freezer
stitch the opening closed as shown. You are ready to freeze and enjoy. You can make a cover for your bean bag face mask if you like. Enjoy!
I keep a couple of these in the freezer at all times. They come in handy if you get overheated mowing the lawn or if you wake in the night with a hot flash. I've made mine from the sleeves of a t-shirt left over from my last instructable entry (check it out). I've also made it large enought that it can be used for my face or for my neck and shoulders. With 5 minutes, a $1 bag of beans, and a bit of leftover fabric you can be chillin' too!
Step 1: Cut your pieces of fabric
Cut your fabric in the desired shape. Remember to allow 5/8 inch for seam allowances.