Fiber pillow – How comfy!
Etymology: Middle English pilwe, from Old English pyle (akin to Old High German pfuliwi), from Latin pulvinus
Date: before 12th century
1 a: a support for the head of a reclining person ; especially : one consisting of a cloth bag filled with feathers, down, sponge rubber, or plastic fiber b: something resembling a pillow especially in form
2: a cushion or pad tightly stuffed and used as a support for the design and tools in making lace with a bobbin
In this case the pillow is in reality lovely hand-dyed Falkland top from FeltStudioUK that I got on Etsy. It was brought by the mail lady this morning and B. grabbed it as soon as I had it out of the mail bag.
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