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A Slightly Quirkier Side to A Little Pillow Company

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A Slightly Quirkier Side to A Little Pillow Company

A few moons back, our Sewing Crew got a bit punchy with all the pillows they were making and decided to let off some steam and create a quirky line of videos. We got a right good laugh out of their efforts and have decided to make their hysterical hysteria available for all to see. Enjoy!

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How Often Do You Need to Replace Your Pillow?

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How Often Do You Need to Replace Your Pillow?
The answer to this question depends on whom you talk to.  Ask anyone in The Bedding Industry and the answer you will receive is every 2 years.  

There are clearly several downsides to this answer.  The most obvious one being the expense.  It's no wonder people don't want to pay more than $10 for a pillow,.  But then they spend those two years wondering why it just doesn't give them a decent night's rest.

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When do I give my baby/toddler a pillow for the first time?

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When do I give my baby/toddler a pillow for the first time?

Pediatricians recommend starting your child on a pillow around 18 months.  Of course there may be some exceptions to this rule but it is best to consult your own pediatrician in unique cases.

The point of a pillow of course is comfort and support.  There are some children who may begin needing some nighttime lift as early as 18 months and then others who won't feel comfortable with lift until later.  Your child can be the best indicator of their need so be flexible.  Many will let you know they are ready for a pillow by sleeping on their arm or a blanket. 

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DIY: Coloring on a Pillowcase

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DIY: Coloring on a Pillowcase

Today we are going to teach you how to add some "cute" to a plain white pillowcase and have fun with your kids at the same time. Here is a list of what you will need: One of our white pillowcases (for best results, pre-wash and iron it super flat) Crayola crayons (true Crayola brand is really a must for this project) or fabric markers Plain paper or a paper grocery bag or newspaper Paper towels An iron Oh and little creativity won't go amiss either First of all you will want to line your pillowcase preferably with a piece...

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