From Susan Cumming Fortucci, The Pincushion, e-mail on 5/10/2016
Susan Cumming Fortucci
From Amanda Brown, Sew Fine, Drapery Pro posting on 8/07/2008
I've ordered the "green" pillow Shasta talks about, and it is great
outdoors. I threw one out on my patio, no cover, just the insert. It's been
out there for a few months in direct sun, torrential rain, and a combination
of the two here in West Central FL. It has been soaked over and over again.
So far no mold, no odor, no breaking down, no matting, no clumping, nothing.
And when it gets wet, (and I mean hard soaking rain for hours) it does not
get waterlogged. You could squeeze it and sure it's wet, but not dripping
like a pillow would be. Put it in a Sunbrella cover and it looks like it
would last outdoors quite nicely.
From Amanda Brown, Sew Fine, Drapery Pro posting on 8/10/2009
I've used both of these pillows Shasta talks about and they are good. When I first ordered one I hung it on my clothesline for several weeks, and checked it after every thunderstorm (we have a lot of them in Florida) and it held up beautifully.
From Linda Schmidt, PrimaDonna Linens, e-mail on 7/14/2009
As of 1/1/2016, Prima Donna Linens is my largest American Down and Feather customer.