Weighted Blanket - May 19th- Weekend

Fabric Crush

This class is an introduction to weighted blankets and the skills and techniques you need to confidently sew your own.

Weighted blankets have become a common tool in addressing issues related to autism, anxiety, ADHD, sleep disorders and more, but with a few medical exceptions, the blankets can be beneficial to anyone with or without a diagnosis.

For maximum benefit, weighted blankets should be customized for their intended user, and that’s where sewing your own can be most useful and cost effective. In this class, you will learn about the best materials to use, how to determine the best size and weight for your blanket, how to care for your blanket, and even how to make a blanket that can grow with your child. We ask that you be familiar with your sewing machine, and in sewing straight lines.

Fabric Crush has top of the line materials to create a custom weighted blanket. For this class, blankets will be limited in size to a maximum of 40 inches wide (suitable for a large adult) and up to 60 inches long. You will mostly likely be able to finish a child-size blanket in class, and will make significant progress on an adult-size blanket plus have the necessary skills and instructor support to finish at home if necessary. Please do contact the instructor before purchasing materials for help in choosing the right amounts for your blanket.

Pattern and supplies not included 

Machine Rental: https://fabriccrush.ca/collections/classes/products/sewing-machine-rental

Instructor - Tanya H

Skill level - Beginner - Intermediate

This class will not cover basic sewing machine operation (such as threading a needle, how to pivot corners, reverse stitching, etc.) Students should be able to do these without assistance.

When — Sunday May 19th, 10 am - 3 pm

Where - 3290 Shea Rd., Richmond, Ontario

Supplies (students save 10% on fabric purchases, please contact us to get your discount) 

 About instructor - 

Tanya is an avid crafter and hobbyist who has been stitching since her grandmother first taught her to hand sew pillow covers as a little girl. A community volunteer and stay-at-home mother to four young boys, she has learned that sewing is as useful as it is enjoyable, and she has spent hundreds of hours sharing that joy by teaching others basic sewing skills.

Instructor will be in contact closer to date.

***We ask that you bring your own machine and make sure it is in working order. Please note if you do not have a machine that is ok but please make note when checking out so we can reserve one for you.***

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