Choosing the Right Quilt Covers

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Quilt covers are similar to duvet covers. Their primary function is to protect your comforter and are used especially during winter. There are many quilt covers design that you can choose from, ranging from kids to adults and styles that suits you.

Quilt covers consist of three layers of fabrics and there is a huge variety you can go for. The material may be made of cotton, silk, satin,
polysotton or flannel. Some of you may be allergic to certain fabrics.  If that is the case, try hypo-allergenic fabric like bamboo cotton or silk.

Cotton

If you are looking for a quilt cover that is easy to wash and maintain then go with cotton. They last long and are very warm. You will
also find cotton quilted covers. In these quilted covers, cotton or polywool's sheet is inserted and stitched to provide extra warmth and
coziness. Cotton is also very durable and a strong fabric.

Silk

Silk is a natural fiber that is produced from silk worm. Silk quilt covers are warm and hypo allergic. Silk is also known for its long life
and has ever green shine. Quilt cover made up of silk will also retain its shape for longer period of time and is relatively smooth.
However, silk quilt covers are very high on maintenance. It requires proper method to wash and dry clean it.

Satin

Satin quilt cover sets are also in vogue. But make sure to check that the lower side of it is made up of cotton fabric otherwise
it will be very slippery and uncomfortable. Satin are, in general, suitable for fashion, design and style. If you are one of those who
 chooses style over warmth, then consider buying a satin quilt cover for your bedding.

Polycotton

Polycotton quilt covers are made up natural fiber that is cotton and synthetic material that can be polyester. These resist wrinkles,
easy to wash and dry.

Flannel

Flannel is a lot heavier than any other fabric, but is is soft and very warm. For those of you who fear cold and love

hiding under your comfoter, flannel fabric can provide you the extra warmth.


Each material has its own advantage. Take your time to decide what is the purpose of your comforter primarily, then select a fabric and style.
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