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The pressure of the weight can be calming while providing a sense of security. It’s why weighted blanket is so popular: it can sooth those with sensory processing or autism spectrum disorders that have trouble sleeping by providing the deep pressure they covet. But, they can be expensive and don’t always reflect your — or your child’s — design style. With this handy guide from sewing expert Susan Sullivan, anyone can learn to make a weighted blanket for their child, teen, or their own use. Weighted Blankets, Vests, and Scarves features step-by-step instructions, photos, and illustrations for crafting five fundamental projects: a twin-sized sleeping blanket, a lap pad, an activity blanket, a vest, and a scarf.
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