I cut the fabric for 2 packs and then at the last minute, decided to cut those 2 pieces of fabric in half so I could make a patchwork design. I took uncooked rice and sealed it in a closed container after added a few drops of scented oil. I let it marinade for a few days and then added it to the fabric. It's amazing and provides great relief! I add a few strips of ribbon on the ends to help with holding it, especially when it's warm. J even used it the other day when his neck was sore.
Via Pinterest, I saw a great scarf that was the simplest of things to make. I used an old bedsheet, cut it in strips and sewed the strip together. Hide the seam on the inside of the fabric and you've got a great and really simply scarf. I could even add a pin or fabric flower to add some flair.
Through craftsy.com, I signed up to take a quilting class. It's a free class that they're offering and you construct a quilt square (or two) per month, and at the end of the year, you have a complete quilt. As I signed up and began watching the first lesson, I realized I went to college with the girl teaching the class. I constructed my first two squares. They are not perfect in every way, but I'm excited to continue to learn and better my skills.
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