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Sinus Pressure Rice Bag Pattern


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Take away sinus pressure NOW with a sinus pressure rice bag. Everyone has had a sinus pressure headache. Sometimes those painful headaches are actually a sinus infection. Ouch! Sinus medications won't even touch the pain sometimes. What can you do? What do you do for a child with sinus pain. They can't take medicine safely because of weight. This is what you do - you make a sinus pressure rice bag. It is perfectly sized to fit over the face and ears of the person who needs it. It fits children to adults. Heat the bag up in the microwave for a minute or two and place over your face. You will have instant results! Has your nose every been plugged and made it difficult to sleep? Try to use a sinus pressure rice bag! You'll fall asleep in no time! This sinus pressure rice bag includes: Step by step tutorial with crisp, real life images for each step Supply list and fabric recommendations Loose herbs or oil addition instructions Budget friendly ideas 100% support from a professional seamstress BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Thread a sewing machine Sew with a straight stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Perfect for the Face of adults and children

Supplies Needed

  • Scrap fabric
  • Rice
  • Thread

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Mamma Can Do It
Mamma Can Do It
My designing started with cloth diapers when my budget wasn't enough to cover disposable diapers. I realized that I couldn't keep the diaper pattern for only myself and made it into an easy tutorial for other moms. After rave reviews and my new passion for designing, I continued to make designs for other moms. I absolutely love it. I love that designing patterns helps others be able to make their budget work. I hope that you love my patterns as much as I do. I really like to hear about your experiences too. Feel free to message me or email me!