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How does Percale Sateen Jersey Flannel Differ?

Sateen = HIGH END HOTEL EXPERIENCE

This two-sided fabric is absolutely lustrous on one side, matte on the other. It dyes beautifully and resists wrinkles. Our sateen sheets have a silky hand and an ideal density for cool- weather sleeping.

Typical thread count 300+

Jersey = YOUR FAV T-SHIRT FEEL

Less crisp feel than sateen

Typical thread count 250

Flannel = NEXT BEST THING TO A FIREPLACE

Required for Winter survival.

Constructed in a diagonal weave that makes it both exceedingly soft and pliable. At 5.8 oz. per square meter, it is medium weight.

Typical thread count 250

Percale -

In the world of cotton bedding, percale sets the standard. This basic, classic weave has a crisp, cool hand.

It is soft, but has body - a perfect choice for warmer weather.

Typical thread count 250

 

Percale Finish vs Sateen Finish (Re-produced from thelinenclosetonline.com)

Qualities

Percale

Sateen

Fabric:

Cotton

Cotton

   

Weave:

Plain Weave created by laying one warp over one weft. 1:1 ratio

Satin Weave created by laying multiple warps over a single weft. 3:1 ratio, 4:1 ratio etc.

   

Look:

Matte, Flat

Shiny, Lustrous

   

Feel:

Crisp, Cool to the Touch, Powdery

Slippery, Smooth, Silky

   

Thread Count:

200 and Higher

300 and Higher

   

Warmth:

Retains less heat

Retains more heat

   

Strength:

Strongest Finish

Weaker Finish, but Still Durable


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