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Simply Homemaking shares a tutorial on how to make a cattail fluff pillow. Cattails are a familiar sight along the shore of any marsh, pond, lake, or river

pussy willow I remember the first time my dad showed me one of these since then I have LOVED them it doesnt hurt they are named after a kitty:)

pussy willow I remember the first time my dad showed me one of these since then I have LOVED them it doesnt hurt they are named after a kitty:)

We've been seeing a lot of online posts lately suggesting using yarn scraps, twine or other material as outside nesting material for songbirds. While the intentions are good, please do NOT do this.  Yarn and any type of string, twine and even human hair can easily become tangled around birds legs, neck etc. and cut off circulation causing serious injury or even death.

We've been seeing a lot of online posts lately suggesting using yarn scraps, twine or other material as outside nesting material for songbirds. While the intentions are good, please do NOT do this. Yarn and any type of string, twine and even human hair can easily become tangled around birds legs, neck etc. and cut off circulation causing serious injury or even death.

Cattail Reeds - A cattail is an edible wild plant that grows in north America. You will recognise its long, brown top straight away as it is abundant around ponds and rivers. The roots of this plant can actually be ground down into a protein-rich flour and the fluffy wool in the “cigar heads” at the top can be used for insulation, pillow filling and even nappies. The stalks can be eaten in a stir fry and like most food scraps and vegetables it is totally safe to add to your compost heap.

Cattail Reeds - A cattail is an edible wild plant that grows in north America. You will recognise its long, brown top straight away as it is abundant around ponds and rivers. The roots of this plant can actually be ground down into a protein-rich flour and the fluffy wool in the “cigar heads” at the top can be used for insulation, pillow filling and even nappies. The stalks can be eaten in a stir fry and like most food scraps and vegetables it is totally safe to add to your compost heap.

These beautiful pillows from Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines combine rustic wool blends with intriguing textures—so you can love the space you’re in. They’re now available at pier1.com!

These beautiful pillows from Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines combine rustic wool blends with intriguing textures—so you can love the space you’re in. They’re now available at pier1.com!

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