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How to Down a Pillow

It’s reversible!
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Longing for something fluffy soft and warm against your cheeks? Take the case off this machine-washable, down pillow, open the double-sided zipper and turn it inside-out. The baby birdie feathers are specially sewn to the fabric so that all you’ll feel are the gossamer feather tops. Getting too cozy-tickly after a while? Just turn it outside-in again.
FarmerJohn, Apr 11 2004


       sewing each and every feather to the fabric would be kind of prohibitive, wouldn't it? Besides, you would need several sheets inside, as two layers of feathers would make for a very flat pillow.   

       Perhaps some sort of sponge, contoured material between the fabric to which the feathers are sewn and the 'outer' layer?
alc, Apr 11 2004

       You know [FJ], I really admire you and your works. But I must say: If you spent the time and money to implement, patent, and invent these works, instead of keeping them as halfbakery ideas, you would be a bazillionaire. But if you do, please, stay here. Don't leave us. (+)
ghillie, Apr 11 2004

       Alternate title: Going down on a pillow.
bristolz, Apr 11 2004

       [alc] You’re right, though down is quite furry – maybe sewn to vertical pleats.
[ghillie] Thanks. //spent the time and money// Aye, there’s the catch.
[bris] Good for a little head.
FarmerJohn, Apr 11 2004

       And here I was expecting a "surface to goose" missile
theircompetitor, Apr 11 2004

       I had a dream I was eating the biggest marshmallow in the world... when I woke up my pillow was gone. A different way to down a pillow?
bungston, Apr 11 2004

       I'll take mine with a beanbag chaser.
lostdog, Apr 11 2004

       A reversible beanbag would be a pain.
FarmerJohn, Apr 11 2004


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