Published at Thursday, August 08th 2019, 04:42:51 AM by Aubrette Favreau. Bed Linen
Cotton is one of the most preferred fabrics for comforter sets and camouflage bedding. There are different varieties of cotton available today. The long staple cotton such as Sea Island, Pima and Egyptian are used to make exceptional quality linen. These bedding sets are glossy, smooth, supple, durable and expensive. Bedding sets made of intermediate staple cotton have less suppleness and lustre. Short staple cotton fabric is not durable and soft and therefore not used in bedding. Fabric weave also plays a major role in determining the durability and price of camouflage bedding and other type of bed linen. The major types of fabric weaves used in bedding include plain weave, twill weaves, patterned weave and sateen weave.
Bed linen made from synthetics like nylon, acrylic and polyester are wrinkle resistant and can be dyed to vibrant colors. In humid and warm climate, synthetic linen can be uncomfortable due to their low absorbency and porosity. Another aspect to consider as you purchase camouflage bedding sets is the thread count. Though this count does not indicate true quality of the fabric, it shows you how supple, light and durable the fabric is. The number of yarns in a square inch of fabric denotes the thread count.
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