Skip to content

Cold Hands Warm Hearts! (Valentine Craft)

Do you have cold hands like me? Like seriously constantly cold? Then you know how annoying it is. I decided it was time to make a cute craft that will help keep my fingers toasty.

Cold Hands Warm Hearts

Also, as you can see I made 2 sets which means… I’m giving one away! See the bottom of this post for details!

Here are the details:

Rice Packet

Cut a triangle of fabric that will fit inside the size heart you intend to make. Mine was ~2″ in each side.

Fold in half and sew along the open sides. Fold the fabric on top of itself to prevent rice from leaking out of the rice packet.

Sew the 2 open sides using a running stitch. When you have a small opening left, fill with rice (I used ~1 tablespoon of rice in each packet). Sew up the remaining edge.

Crochet the heart until you only have 5 or so rounds left. Put the rice packet inside and finish the heart.

And viola! You have a nice little hand warmer. Pop it in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time to heat it up and you are good to go!

Can’t wait to try these out when it gets cold again around here.

I’ve added them to my Etsy store, check it out: RunCraftRepeat

Giveaway Info!

So now that I’ve given you the details to make your own, I’d love to give a pair of these away! Let’s do this!

All you have to do is click the button below and tweet out about the giveaway and you are entered! So easy, right?! Click, tweet, win! 

GIVEAWAY OVER… thanks for reading!

3 thoughts on “Cold Hands Warm Hearts! (Valentine Craft)”

  1. Welcome to Colorado! These will come in handy once we actually have winter like weather again on Wednesday! haha Until then, enjoy the warmth (I know I am!)

  2. I just moved out here last year (May 2014) from the East Coast – and this winter has definitely been better than an East Coast winter haha – it is making my Mom very jealous right now – so I will take it!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *