Take two pieces of fabric, good sides facing each other, batting on top. Stitch completely around three sides and partially around the fourth. Leave enough room -- about four to five inches -- through which to pull everything inside out. Finish the remaining few inches by hand or by machine. Then topstitch all around to make a clean and neat edge. Try a woolly fabric exterior and a silky interior; ultrasuede backed by teddy bear chenille; or, cool cotton with thick terrycloth. Jazz it up with pompom trim or rickrack or leave it plain, then grab the remote and settle in.