Froggie Heat Pack

Froggie Heat Pack

This is an adapted pattern to turn our Bean Bag Frog into a heat pack for kids.

What you need

Corduroy, velvet or a heat resistant fabric
Black felt for eyes
Sewing Machine
Wheat to fill frog
1/2 cup of Dried Lavender


This is a sister pattern to the our Bean Bag Frog project that turns it into a heat pack for kids.

Start by printing off the pattern below and enlarging it to the size you would like your frog to be.

Frog Pattern

Cut 1 piece out for the top and 1 piece out for the bottom of the frog. The pattern is designed to work with a fold-down-the-middle.

With the right sides together, sew around your frog either on a sewing machine or hand sewing leaving a small section open for turning the right way and filling.

Stitch of glue on the eyes. If you don’t have wobble eyes you can use buttons or felt pieces.

Using a funnel fill the frog with 1/2 a cup of dried lavender flowers and wheat then sew up the opening with strong thread.

To use, place it in the microwave for 1-2 minutes.

Refresh the lavender with oil drops as it begins to wear out


  1. so cute! my mom has loves these except the ones she have are rectangle and she calls them herbies. now shes going to have one that is a little bit cooler.

  2. What a great idea for my favorite frog lover. She’s getting one for xmas

  3. ikabod48 says

    Love the pattern, I use Long grain Rice instead of wheat, It works well and is easier to obtain in small quantities than wheat.

  4. easthighfan99 says

    frogs i love frogs!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Where do I buy “wheat?” What does it look like?

  6. I bet you could easily turn it into another animal too!

  7. i like frogs

What do you think of this project? Let us know!