Cooling neck wraps. Easy. Cut strips 4". Sew right sides together to form tube. Turn right side out. Sew a seam 6" from one end. Add 3 tablespoons of water absorption pellets( garden center at Walmart ). Sew the other seam 6" from the other side. Hem up the ends. When you are ready to use soak in water for 5 minutes. Will keep you cool for hours.

Cooling neck wraps. Easy. Cut strips 4". Sew right sides together to form tube. Turn right side out. Sew a seam 6" from one end. Add 3 tablespoons of water absorption pellets( garden center at Walmart ). Sew the other seam 6" from the other side. Hem up the ends. When you are ready to use soak in water for 5 minutes. Will keep you cool for hours.

Sarah Jane's Craft Blog: Neck Coolers Amazing!!!  I'm making some for the kids working in the summer HOT months!!!

Sarah Jane's Craft Blog: Neck Coolers Amazing!!! I'm making some for the kids working in the summer HOT months!!!

...helpful tutorial for making "cool-ties" (aka "cooling scarves"). We send these to deployed troops in the spring and summer months...

...helpful tutorial for making "cool-ties" (aka "cooling scarves"). We send these to deployed troops in the spring and summer months...

On a hot day, it can be hard keep cool. These cool icy neck wraps are great for golfers, runners and walkers. Use them whenever there is hot weather to keep you cool. These icy neck wraps or headbands are easy to make. The cooling effect comes from polymer water gel crystals that expand over 400 percent when soaked in water and stay cool for...

How to Make Cooling Icy Neck Wraps or Headbands

On a hot day, it can be hard keep cool. These cool icy neck wraps are great for golfers, runners and walkers. Use them whenever there is hot weather to keep you cool. These icy neck wraps or headbands are easy to make. The cooling effect comes from polymer water gel crystals that expand over 400 percent when soaked in water and stay cool for...

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