Throw Pillow Stuffing?

I've got a couple of sofa throw pillows that could stand some stuffing inside. Would just a new pillow form do the trick or would that stuff become flat as a flitter in two years? Any suggestions would be welcome.
While at JoAnn Fabrics today I did look at pillow forms as well as some stuffing for pillows that were silk or silk-like fiber fill. Any opinions??
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ItsJoanNotJoann
I have used the JoAnn's poly-fil pillow forms, they hold up pretty well. But as I understand it, high-end designers use down.
For instance:
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NAYY, and I have never used that site, just offering an alternate opinion. You can also get feather/down pillow forms at JoAnn's:
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HTH,
Beverly
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BEI Design
Ok, thanks! I did take out the inserts that are in two of the four pillows that need restuffing. What a sad looking lot they were, hahahahaaa!
I remember my mother using old pantyhose a hundred years ago to stuff throw pillows. They worked quite well but I think she used too many nylons. But that was back when EVERYBODY wore hose so it wasn't difficult to soon have enough to plump up those pillows.
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ItsJoanNotJoann
When I asked in the local fabric store where I could find the kapok, the young clerk looked like I had grown an extra head, she had never heard of it either. Turned out the clerks in the home dec area DID know, and I was able to buy enough to re-fill some throw pillows.
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