Shell Kaleidoscope Quilt Outdoor Pillow

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Our outdoor pillows are created with the newest eco-friendly technology to reflect the detail and uniqueness of archival textiles while being durable for modern living. Engineered to be water and mildew resistant, our outdoor pillows are digitally printed on both the front and back of the pillow onto our performance fabric.

DETAILS:
Front: 100% Polyester, Printed, Water and Mildew Resistant
Back: 100% Polyester, Printed, Water and Mildew Resistant
Closure: Invisible zipper
Made In: USA
Poly insert included

Our fabrics are OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified. This means that they have been tested and are free of over 100 harmful and environmentally damaging chemicals. Our fabrics are better for your skin and better for the environment.

Please note that outdoor fabric colors may differ from indoor fabrics.

Please remove the down insert before cleaning your pillow cover, then gently spot clean. We recommend not leaving this product in direct sunlight for an extended amount of time to preserve its beauty.

All orders placed after 1 PM ET will start processing on the next business day. Allow 2-5 business days for standard processing.

Items on pre-order will ship according to the estimated timeline specified on this product page.

We accept returns and exchanges on most items within 30 days, with the exception of custom and sale items. Items must be in new condition, unwashed, unused and in their original packaging.

Provenance

Quilting in America originated with English and Dutch settlers, when quilts served a utilitarian purpose as a bed cover or to hang over doors and windows for insulation. Quilting was often done in groups, which allowed the craft to be passed along from generation to generation within a community. Quilters sewed stories about the world around them into their quilts, such as pinwheels to represent the prairie winds and stars to represent the night sky. With the invention of the sewing machine and as commercially woven fabrics became more available, quilts became more complex and elaborate, transforming from a daily necessity into a form of artistic expression and a decorative medium.