fiberfill

fi·ber·fill

 (fī′bər-fĭl′)
n.
Lightweight synthetic fiber used as filling or insulation, as in comforters, pillows, and outerwear.

fi•ber•fill

(ˈfaɪ bərˌfɪl)

n.
synthetic fibers used as a filling or insulating material for pillows, quilts, garments, etc.
[1960–65, Amer.]
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Stuff the pompom with fiberfill, then tuck the excess seam allowance inside.
The hollow segment is expected to regsiter for the highest CAGR in the coming years due to its growing consumption in fiberfill which is widely used in pillows; and quilts and protective coating due to its warmth.
Turn right sides out, stuff with fiberfill, and whipstitch the opening closed.
Stuff the large pumpkin with polyester fiberfill to the desired fullness.
Puffball fillers are wads of lightweight fiber and can be natural, like kapok, or synthetic, like polyester fiberfill. Think "pillow stuffing." Years ago, published reloading information suggested puffball fillers for reduced loads where better ballistic uniformity was needed.
350-gain HP and 34 grains of IMR 4198 behind a light polyester fiberfill wad.
The CPAPMax's design includes the choice of cool mesh and ventilated memory foam on one side, and plush fiberfill on the other.
A couple of our selections have mattresses made with slabs of quilted poly fiberfill. But most of the "orthopedic" beds are made with super-thick, high-quality foam--those products being best able to evenly distribute a dog's weight and offer balanced, cushiony, firm support each time the dog gets on the bed.
Stuff with fiberfill. Draw yarn through rem sts, pull tight and secure.
"Soon, another company started making polyester fiberfill and we started buying from them.
They are outfitted with highthread count sheets and duvets, and topped with chiropractic and fiberfill pillows to ensure the best sleep.