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Crocheted Hot/Cold Roll & Embroidery


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That's pretty cool. I'm going to have to start saving cherry pits and make my own. We have two cherry trees at our house.

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I did one several years back for a crochet swap, but a bit differently. I know I didn't use cherry pits -- I know it wasn't white rice -- it was some sort of brown husky grain, but not brown rice.

 

I put the grains in a tube sock ($1 per pair at Dollar Tree) and then made a crocheted cover for the sock. I put a button on the crocheted tube so it could be removed and washed.

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I was eating cherries all summer in preparation. I admit I was kind of sick of them by the end of it. ;-D I made one before out of cloth with barley but I didn't like the smell of it when microwaved so I thought I'd try the cherry stones. I gave it to her today and she loved it, especially the embroidered cloth. I'm a happy Rabbit9

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Very pretty. I ahve wanted to make one, but don't know where to buy the buck wheat orother grain that is commonly uesd. I thought of rice, but would it last, or would it go bad in the bag? Anybody know? Thanks for any help.

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debra you can get them from any store that sells bulk foods usually. You might try looking next time you go shopping. I don't know about how long rice might last. The others are harder so I think they may be more durable than rice but I don't know.

 

Thanks everyone.

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