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Fairfield PF16B Poly-Fil Premium Polyester Fiber, 16 Oz, White
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- 100-percent premium polyester fiber
- Superior resiliency and smooth consistency
- Made from 100-percent recycled polyester fiber
- Washable and Non-Allergenic
- Proudly made in the usa, unconditionally
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Crafters have made The Original Poly-Fil® the best selling polyester fiber fill in America. A unique process explodes the special blend of 100% polyester fibers creating an extraordinary resilience that maintains its integrity through laundering. Use for all types of craft and home décor projects. Poly-Fil® has superior resiliency, smooth consistency, is hypo-allergenic. Poly-Fil® can be used as cloud scapes, cloud walls, cloud ceilings, classrooms, arts and crafts with the kids as well as holiday decor and play scenery. Machine wash on gentle with warm water. Air dry or tumble dry on air or low heat setting. Fiber may shift during laundering, gently massage the project with fingertips to move the fiber back into place. When working with a lot of projects, fiber fill is the most economical way to complete your projects.
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There's nothing bad to say about it, unless I wanted this to be wifi-enabled, or to give instructions on how to use it, or I wasn't happy that there was air between the threads. You pull off what you want and stuff things with it. It is exactly what I expected.
By Karen Ladale on February 27, 2020
By bananas on January 21, 2019
By J. Amandy on January 24, 2018
By Victoria L. on June 2, 2020
Love that this is washable and made from recycled material. It splits apart easily so you can stuff a little at a time for even stuffing to help avoid lumps. Each bag comes with a wooden stick to help you fill your items and disperse filling evenly, especially in corners - if you lose it, just use a chopstick.
I do not prefer to use this stuffing for pillows. I just don't think that it fills pillows comfortably enough. It's kind of odd that it has a lot of bounce-back resiliency yet it still flattens fairly quickly, after just a few weeks or months depending on use. If you stuff extra to try and avoid that, the pillows will be uncomfortably firm.
Regardless, I prefer to use an organic & hypo-allergenic filling (preferably latex) for pillows whenever possible. If I'm doing them on a budget, however, I will either find some pillows on deep clearance and cannibalize them for their commercial-grade stuffing (then donate or upcycle the shell fabric) or I'll get an actual pillow form with a 50% off coupon/sale. I will use this poly-fil to supplement throw pillows that are old and have lost their shape / flattened and can't be fully revived by a fluffing in the dryer. I'll just stick a little bit in to help revive them if I don't have another preferred pillow stuffing handy.
This polyfil does beard (i.e.: "poke-through") many fabrics. If you use it for a child's doll made with cotton fabric, I would recommend a double layer of fabric. If you use it for a pillow, I would recommend creating a pillow form that you first stuff before sticking the form into your outer layer shell or covering. Fusible interfacing will also help to resolve the bearding issue.
This poly-fil is usually about $3.50 as an add on item here at Amazon which is a decent price - it's about the same as buying it 50% off at the craft stores which is the only way I'll buy it.