How to fill a Kilim Pouf ?
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Making of Kilim : Kilims are produced by tightly interweaving the warp and weft strands of the weave to produce a flat surface with no pile. Kilims are generally woven with the slit weave technique. The slit refers to the gap left between two blocks of color. It is created by returning the weft around the last warp in a color area, and the weft of the adjacent color is later returned around the adjacent warp.
We share with you all tips about filling an Kilim Pouf so that your pouf is as beautiful, round and firmly padded as the traditional kilim poufs of the old days.
A pouf can be filled with everything. Every type of filling has its Advantages. The choice of filling is personal and depends on your preferences.
Types of Filling
- Wool & Straw Filling
- Polyether Flakes
- Textile Surpluses
- Pillows, Cushion FILLING
Lets fill your pouf step by step:
- There is a large zipper opening at the bottom of the pouf. Fill the footstool little by little, starting at the bottom and the sides. Then fill in the center of the ottoman. Make sure that the pouf is evenly filled.
- Do not be afraid to fill the pouf properly. The hand sewn seams of the pouf are very strong as well as the zipper, so you don’t have to worry about tearing the ottoman.
- Zip up the ottoman, press it well, sit on it, roll it into shape, and refill again. Repeat this several times until the pouf has a nice tight, round shape and does not sag too much when sitting.