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Thread: Small Quilt Projects: Quilted Microwave Heating Packs or put in Freezer for Ice Pack

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    Thank you for this info.

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    Awesome..thanks for sharing...I've wanted to make some of these.. :)

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    Thanks, these always come in handy

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    thanks!

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    Thanks crafty. Your always coming through with these awesome patterns. :thumbup:

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    Cute poem about rice bags. I copied it.

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    Got it saved. Need to get off puter so i can make some of these things.. LOL

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    Thanks, I need to make some of these.

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    Thanks for the site. I use wheat berries with whole cloves. I love the fregrance. I'm going to check out feed corn for the price. I will always use cloves for fregrance. I've heard you could use lavendar also. Just a thought. They also make nice seat warmers in the car on cold winter days.

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