Thread count is the volume of threads woven into one square inch of fabric. It’s a measure of how tightly woven a fabric is. It is calculated by adding together the numbers of lengthwise (warp) and widthwise (weft) threads within a certain area.
Which Thread Count Should I Choose?
Thread count refers to the number of threads per square inch of the fabric. When it comes to bed linen, generally speaking, the higher the thread count the higher the quality. However, lower thread count bedding is incredibly soft and breathable, with a crisp feel that makes it a great option for the warmer months.
We boast a wide selection of high-quality bed linen, ranging from 200 to 800 thread count, so there’s something for everyone.
What is the best bedding for winter?
When it comes to choosing the right duvet for winter, it’s all about selecting the right tog. The higher the tog, the warmer or thicker your duvet will be. Our 13.5 tog duvets will keep you extra warm in the colder months.
Another tip for warm winter bedding is to combine insulating fabric, such as cotton, with a higher thread count for optimum cosiness.
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