We recommend stuffing your Rug (Boucherouite or Azilal) Pillow or Kilim Pouf with a fiber fill. It gives the pillows a soft yet firm support.
Or at any online retailer. If ordering more than one pillow or ordering a pouf, we recommend buying the 10lb bag, so that you have enough for a single pouf and any pillows.
*You can also use a fiber fill to stuff a Moroccan Leather Pouf. However, this will not provide a firm support.
Step by Step Guide for stuffing you Rug Pillows or Kilim Poufs:
- Unzip your pillow or pouf and start stuffing the corners farthest from the zipper.
- As you add more fiber fill, we recommend to firmly press down to remove any air pockets. Continue to add more fiber fill.
- Simply continue to add more fiber fill until you have achieved your desired fullness and just zip up!
*We recommend to not overfill too much as it might put strain on the zipper.
We recommend to stuff your pouf how it is traditionally done in Morocco. In Morocco, pouf stuffing is done by what is available to you. For a firm support: unused clothes, sheets, or towels provide fantastic support for your pouf. For a soft support: you can also simply use scrunched up newspaper. For a bean-bag-like support, use polystyrene beads.
We prefer to use old towels, sheets or clothes, as it provides the best plumpness and firm support for the pouf, which makes it comfortable to sit on or rest your feet.
Step by Step Guide for stuffing your Moroccan Leather Pouf:
- Unzip the pouf and start to add your choice of material to the top part of the pouf.
- As you add more material, we recommend to firmly press down to remove any air pockets. Continue to add more material.
- Simply continue to add more material until you have achieved your desired fullness and just zip up!
*We recommend to not overfill too much as it might put strain on the zipper and leather. Some like the look of an underfilled pouf as it add character. It's simply up to you.
We recommend stuffing your Berber Pillow with a fiber fill. It gives the pillows a soft yet firm support. Berber Pillows traditionally do not have a zipper and have a side opening.
Step by Step Guide for stuffing your Berber Pillow:
- Find the opening on the side and start stuffing your pillow.
- Once stuffed, take a needle and thread and simply stitch up the opening or leave open if you wish.
We recommend using a down feather insert that is an inch or two larger than your pillow size. You can find inserts online or at Ikea or Joann's Fabric.
Step by Step Guide for stuffing your Mud Cloth Pillow:
- Unzip and fill with your choice of material.
- Zip up and you're all set!
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