Every once and a while, there's a baffling problem. Here are some pictures of some great pillows. Don't you just love an animal print? But, check out how crooked they are. They did not square up and the corners appear misshaped.
One was an easy fix. I took the form out, rotated it, re-inserted the form, gave it a little fluff (that's a technical term), and it took it's shape back. But the other one, no matter how many times I took the form out and put it back in, the pillow went back to this distorted shape. Weird.
So I called the pillow workroom thinking maybe they had some one new, or something odd happened, but they assured me that the pillows went out perfectly. The suggestion was to send them back so I did.
They had to re-cut the casing, the fabric covering part. Susan told me she had never seen anything like it in all her years (many) at the work room. The only thing we could think of is that the fabric has rayon in it so maybe it got stretched out and then since fabric has memory, it kept returning to that shape. Or the fabric could have come off the bolt crooked or stretched. Once she re-cut it and re-sewed it, the pillow behaved at 90 degrees as it should, as you can see below.
Do you think there was a gremlin in our pillow? I tell you — in this business it's always something new! I am just glad it is now fixed.