There is little in life that a wheat bag can’t fix, or at least help with in some way.
Wilbur the Willy was originally made as a pre-wedding laugh for a friend – what better way to keep those feet nice and warm? He his about the same weight as a long wheat bag, and is divided into four sections to keep the wheat evenly spread. He has a hand stitched face and will surly make you smile on the coldest of nights.
The magic of wheat bags is in the way the grains of wheat are able to retain and slowly release heat, those individually heated grains will mould against you from within their cotton bag.
Heat in the microwave to use on muscle aches, joint stiffness, period paid, or just to keep toastie on those cold winter nights. Wheat bags can also be chilled in the freezer for use as a cold pack to sooth eyes, or cool off when summer comes back around.
Wheat bags can be re-heated or re-cooled time and time again, but should be replaced annually. When heating a wheat bag, it is important to do so with ½ mug of water in the microwave also (this helps your wheat bag to last longer) and never over heat. Each order comes with instructions for wheat bag heating and care.
Made with 100% cotton fabrics, and 100% locally sourced wheat from Southland, New Zealand.
Each wheat bag is handmade and hand cut, this means pattern placement will vary from wheat bag to wheat bag. Fabric colours will vary slightly due to computer screens and photos.
Shipping is available throughout New Zealand.