Fairfield 25-Pound Poly-Pellets Weighted Stuffing Beads, 100-Percent Polypropylene, White
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- Use to create posed dolls
- Use for decorative crafts
- Machine washable
- Washable and non-allergenic
- Proudly made in the USA, unconditionally guaranteed
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For any adults making a blanket for themselves, I'll pass on my method (definitely check what weight you'd need with charts online somewhere). Buy these pellets. Buy some poly-fill puff (like 2 big bags). Buy a plain, white full/queen size duvet cover from Ikea. Buy a second full/queen size duvet cover from Ikea that you think is pretty. Enlist your mom to help. Draw a 10 square by 10 square grid with pencil on the white duvet so that the entire duvet is divided as equally as possible. Rip open rest of the side that's partially open so that you can stuff a comforter in. Sew, or have your mom sew, 10 columns so that one end of each column is completely open. Dump .25 pounds (or your appropriate weight) of pellets down each column and stuff a handful of puff in with it. Pin the row shut and sew, or have your mom sew, the column shut. Repeat 9 million times, or so it seems, until it's done. Then thank your mom. Cover it with the pretty duvet cover. Now you have a nice-looking sensory blanket that covers you completely and can be folded over for more pressure. While it took hours and hours to make, it was worth it and I'm glad I have a large version, as it would drive me nuts to have to squeeze under the teeny tiny ones I've seen online. Also, you can very easily take the cover off and wash it. Anyway, thanks, Mom.
I use these pellets as a substitute for the plastic cat litter in the CatGenie flushing litter box. I've been using them for about 6 months now and I have not had one single clog. The machine used to just eat pellets, but these are slightly larger than the CatGenie granules and so they don't get "eaten" by the machine. We used to go through 2 boxes of granules per month (for two cats) and the cost was about $50 per month. Now, buying these pellets at the bulk price, we've cut the cost down to about $2 per month, which is even cheaper than clay cat litter! The pellets stay perfectly clear after being washed and they don't have sharp edges, so they don't get stuck in the cat toes and tracked as easily. Definitely recommend them for this alternate use.
For those who have never heard of weighted blankets....they help to give children (and children with special needs) a calming sensation. This is especially good for bedtime or naps.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Started out making weighted blankets for my two boys with sensory processing disorder. Found an excellent tutorial online but didn't want to pay retail for these pellets since... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Annie
Great Service and I already used it for a weighted blanket and it is wonderful. The children are sleeping so well.Published 3 months ago by Barb Brown
as advertised. Haven't used yet...making a weighted blanket for my grandsonPublished 4 months ago by Lyn Evans
This is my second order of these pellets and i am about to order a third.
I love these for my weighted blankets.
Exactly as advertised. Came earlier than planned which was nice.Published 4 months ago by Peggy & Dennis