Heat Pad DIY For Beginners. Sew Basic Series

Is it getting cold where you live? Then you need to create a Heat Pad spending no money and earning a new skill: sewing! Let’s discover how with my first Guest Post as a member of the Awesome Team! Today I’m sharing a really simple and yet satisfying project: a DIY Heat Pad For Beginners from Sew Basic Series.

 Heat Pad DIY For Beginners. Sew Basic Series

Hi everybody! I’m MammaNene, an italian mom of a LilPotato aged 4-and-a-half and I usually blog at SergerPepper. My biggest passion in life is sewing (and refashion!). I feel that it’s a frugal way of creating and wearing original clothes; in fact I am a DIYer in so many ways. I love to make soap, I grow my veg (in summer), and I try to never eat something that comes out of a box.
Everytime somebody asks me about my sewing creation, they always say “Oh, if only I could sew… it’s so difficult to start sewing, I will never be able to!”

I don’t really think it’s complicated, maybe it can sound hard to start from scraps but, believe me, it’s not! You can start sewing knowing some basical terms (say hey to Jann!)/technique that will help you learning faster and not to feel overwhelmed from this huge new world… and this is why I’m here! I’ve been sewing (more or less) from… all of my life. I remember me, my mum and my grandma cutting dresses for Barbies and other dolls, then my first timid stitches with my mother’s Singer and a lot of evenings where mom was tracing Burda patterns on kitchen table and dad was on the rocking chairs unpicking basting with nail earwigs… Old time’s gone!! But, let’s come back to us! I’d like to start talking you about the first and most basic topic when you talk about sewing:



See ya!!!

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I have 4 Lovely Comments, I would love to have yours... on Heat Pad DIY For Beginners. Sew Basic Series

  1. avatar
    Ila says:
    July 2, 2014

    So cute: i will try it 😉 thank you for sharing 😉

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      Camila says:
      July 2, 2014

      Thanks so much… This is super cute indeed… Make sure to visit Irene she has awesome tutorials!

  2. avatar
    December 7, 2013

    Doesn’t it pop? I was going to use feed corn.

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    Karin says:
    December 3, 2013

    I love the cover for the bag. I have made these before and used popcorn kernels for the stuffing as when heated it smells of popcorn if you accidentally over heat it rice can just smell burned. Also I like that the popcorn has more weight to it. I have made them as eye masks for those pesky headaches and as hand warmers for those cold days before you go out. I have not tried the cherry pits yet. Do they have a smell to them?

    Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!

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