The New York Times has the scoop on a way to get your paws-shaped pillowbug: A pillows made from a mixture of wool, cotton and silk, and a plastic zipper to keep them from sliding off.
The idea is to create a bed of fluffy pillow and the bedding is created using the patented method of pillow shaping.
This could save a lot of effort, especially for those that are new to pillowmaking.
It’s basically just a process that requires the creation of a soft, pillow-like material and then a soft zipper.
The zipper is then used to attach the pillow to the mattress, which is then sealed in a polyurethane layer to keep it from falling off.
If the zipper breaks, the pillow stays attached and the mattress is a pillow.