Published at Thursday, 13 September 2018. Decorative Pillows. By Rena Villarreal.
Now you could make more layers, but three layers is pretty standard you don‘t want to many pillows or your whole bed is just going to be layers of pillows. For the last layer I like to use a bolster pillow - one of those long rounded tubular pillows that has a fancy fringe or tassel on the end. If you don’t want to do this just use some smaller pillows for the front. These probably wouldn’t be bed pillows but little decorative pillows that are smaller than your second row pillows and simply place those leaning against the second row pillows on their edges.
Down is a cluster from the underbody of waterfowl such as geese and ducks. These clusters grow under the outer protective layer of feathers. A down cluster has the overall appearance of a ripe dandelion pod. This three dimensional structure gives down the ability to loft. Feather, the principal covering of birds, is of a flat, two-dimensional construction. It has a hard quill shaft from one end to the other. Down will never mature into feathers as they are two completely different materials. When mixed with down, feather pillows also loft. The higher the down content, the more loft is present.
Making pillows: squares, circles, rectangles, ovals, and bolsters are all the most obvious pillow shapes. You don‘t need to stop there; you can make any shape you want. There are even pillows that store blankets! There are so many possibilities; it‘s a good thing that you don‘t have to pick just one! You can even choose to have pillows in the shape of Sponge Bob, Dora, Monsters or any of your other favorite characters.
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