Make Your Own Microwave Wheat Bag in 6 Easy Steps

Summer has definitely left Melbourne, and as the nights turn chilly I thought you might want to sew your own microwave wheat bag.

Requirements

20cm x 40cm Fabric (suggestions corduroy, soft decorating fabrics, patchwork fabric)
Polyester Sewing Thread
Sewing Machine
1/4” Steam a Seam tape
3 or 4 cups of washed Wheat (from the pet food section of your supermarket).

Method

  1. Fold the piece of fabric in half right sides together, and press crease with the iron.
  2. Use a few pins to secure around the edges. Use your sewing machine, and 1/2” seams to sew around the outside edge, leaving an opening at one end. Turn the Microwave Hottie right side out, and fill with wheat. Use the Steam a Seam to close the open seam following the
  3. Use your sewing machine, and 1/2” seams to sew around the outside edge, leaving an opening at one end. Turn the Microwave Hottie right side out, and fill with wheat. Use the Steam a Seam to close the open seam following the
  4. Turn the Microwave Hottie right side out, and fill with wheat. Use the Steam a Seam to close the open seam following the
  5. Use the Steam a Seam to close the open seam following the manufacturer’s directions for use, or slip stitch by hand.
  6. As a bonus Embroider your Hottie before you sew it with the free download from Husqvarna just go to http://www.husqvarnaviking. com/us/2894.htm the microwave hottie embroidery is about half way down the page.