Gallery: DIY: Pocket Hand Warmers for Chilly Days

 

Autumn is well underway and the days are getting colder and colder already. You’re undoubtedly feeling a fair bit of crispness in the air in the early morning or after sunset, as days will grow shorter, hands will be thrust into pockets or wrapped around hot drinks to keep them warm during morning commutes—to work, to school, or even just walking the dog. Soft fabric hand warmers are perfect for such chilly days, and can be tucked into pockets and mittens of all sizes. They’re super-easy to make, and you can decorate them in any way you like.

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3 Comments

  1. Kyle Lambert March 7, 2015 at 11:19 am

    How long do these usually last kept in the pocket in the microwave for 30 seconds?

  2. Sapalik January 12, 2015 at 6:49 am

    I am wanting to make these just in case our power goes out this winter and was wondering if they would be okay being heated on a dry skillet over our gas stove? If so, which fabric should I use. Thank you!

  3. alyssa102354 November 20, 2014 at 10:45 pm

    this is great however i was wondering, do you have to use a certain type of cloth? If so, what type?

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