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Thread: Bedwarmer I made today

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    I think I will enjoy this..my feet are always cold no matter how warm the house is...I filled it with rice..I cut the pattern down to 16" long...they had it at 21"

    http://www.make-it-do.com/make-it/ma...ozy-bed-warmer
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    That would be a great gift too!

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    wow, that is great, i need one, will have to fight my cat for it tho LOL

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    I'll have to try that. My feet are always cold too.

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    Like yours better than the example on the website. Good job.

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    How cool (or maybe that should be warm)! Bet it's much more comfy than the old soapstones that were used way, way back in the day!

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    Thank you, Sue!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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    Your's is much prettier than my old flannel one! Love the lace and flower accent :D:D:D

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    I love mine although it is not as pretty as your.

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    I need one of those. Love it.

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    Very pretty, hope it keeps your feet warm.

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    That is so cute! Does it open up? Do your feet go inside?

    Love it!

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    That is very pretty! Yet practical! I would love one of those!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smtp5
    That is so cute! Does it open up? Do your feet go inside?

    Love it!
    It opens only so you can take the cover off to wash it..you put it under or on top of your feet...

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    this is wonderful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish
    I think I will enjoy this..my feet are always cold no matter how warm the house is...I filled it with rice..I cut the pattern down to 16" long...they had it at 21"

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    How cute. I've always got cold feet, too. may try this

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    Sue that is so pretty. I used to make some thing like that, but not that big. I always had to get up every 2 hours or to reheat in the microwave. Got so tired of doing that so I now use a soft heat heating pad in my bed but I do use the one I made when I'm watching tv and I'll warm it and then set it on the floor to warm my feet while sitting here watching tv. There is space betwen the floor and the ground and it is so cold when it gets in the 20's. Great job on yours, it looks so dainty and pretty. Huggies, Fay

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    Neat idea! Now off to find feed corn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariposa
    Neat idea! Now off to find feed corn...
    Try rice. It feels mich better

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    Do you have to use Muslin for the liner? I don't have any because I don't use it very much. I can buy some, just wondered if it could be plain cotton.

    Thanks

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    Very pretty!

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    What a cute idea! I love the colors and fabrics you chose too.

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    I have one and love it!! We call them corn bags!!!

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    Cool.

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    Cute.

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