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My tremendously supportive husband & I have 3 wonderful children, 1 dog, 12 laying hens, 2 dairy goats, 3 bee hives, and a 2000 sq foot vegetable garden on a small 1/4 acre lot in the city. In the center of it all is our small 1,000 sq foot house purchased in 2008 as a foreclosure that we fully renovated to host our growing family, home school adventures, and small home business (CozyLeaf.com). We have a desire to learn a path to self sufficiency finding ways to be good stewards of the resources God has given us. We want to learn to live with less as we laydown roots to our little homestead.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Warm things

"Warm Things" is what we call them around here, but basically its just a bag sewed up and filled with grain. Easily warmed up in the microwave, or just set it right beside the wood stove and it is hot and ready when you need a warm snuggler! Hold it, or place it at the foot of your bed at night to add extra warmth in these chilly winter months! These 2 bags took me about 20 minutes to sew up and will last for a long time!
I haven't used corn yet, but I hear that corn is one of the best grains to fill in these warm bags! Give it a try and have a couple extra on hand! I just use scrap fabric and so we have all different sizes.
Cheap and Easy!
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