Bedding Size

Bedding sizes are made with consideration of the dimensions of the bed and mattress for which it is to be used. Bed sizes vary around the world, with countries having their own standards and terminology. Mattress sizes can be categorized by their country of sale:[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text] North American [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]   Bed measurements Fitted sheet Flat sheet […]

Bedding Composition

1 DUST RUFFLES Also referred to as a Bed Skirt, the Dust Ruffle is a decorative piece, used to cover the boxspring and the legs of the bed. Dust Ruffles can be finished with Decking (one single piece draped over the entire boxspring) or Panels (three pieces slotted in between the mattress and boxspring). Also […]

Egyptain cotton

Egyptian cotton has not gained such a reputation without reason. Egyptian cotton is the world’s finest cotton and the following characteristics are what sets Egyptian cotton apart from other natural fibers:– The humid conditions and rich soil in Egypt along the Nile River banks create the perfect conditions to grow long cotton fibers (also known […]

Finishing process

Finishing process TFG Tessitura Fratelli Gargantini processes woven fabrics with additional finishing treatments to enhance properties, appearance and improve overall performance. After weaving the fabric is gassed, washed, bleached, mercerized, dyed, calandered and sanforized. Gassing Excess fibers such as loose hair and fuzz are burnt to give a smooth, even appearance to the fabric surface. […]

American pima cotton

American pima cotton Pima accounts for only three percent of annual cotton production in the United States. Its fineness and longer staple length makes Pima a premium cotton fiber. It is used to spin finer count yarns, which can be woven into softer, finer and more luxurious fabrics. It is grown in select areas of […]

Linum

LINUM Linum Usitatissimum translates from the Latin as “most useful linen.” In naming this species, botanists recognized the inherent value of the humble flax plant. For ten thousand years or more, man has known this gentle gift of nature was the source of textiles with special properties: soft hand, rich color absorption, lasting durability, and […]