They are made from the softest and purest organic cotton, grown with love and harvested by fairly-paid farmers.
We only use 100% long staple (fibre) cotton. A longer staple means the fibres are longer and stronger, and so can be spun into long, very fine yarns that produce a smoother, softer feeling fabric that you can enjoy for many years. Short fibres mean a less durable, weaker, coarser fabric, with more exposed ends. The quality of the underlying cotton is the most important feature of any cotton bedding.
Using long staple cotton means we can spin it into the finest yarns, which product the highest quality sheets. Fine yarns mean we produce strong but incredibly soft and breathable fabrics.
Our fabric is made using only very fine 60s and 80s yarn (pro tip: a higher number means a finer yarn - it’s to do with the length a certain weight of yarn can be spun into).
A high thread count doesn’t mean a better quality sheet. Too high and the fabric becomes stiffer and loses its breathability, meaning you’ll sleep hot.
Using single ply yarn, the maximum thread count achievable is around 400-500. Very high thread counts mean a multi-ply yarn is being used, which can indicate a lower quality cotton that needs multiple plies woven together for strength. Very high thread counts also means a less breathable fabric, more likely to make you sleep hot.
We choose a 400 thread-count of single-ply yarn for our fabric as we felt it gave the perfect balance between breathability and a luxurious feel.
|BED SIZE||FITTED SHEET||DUVET COVER|
|Double||135 x 190 x 36||200 x 200|
|King||150 x 200 x 36||230 x 200|
|Super King||180 x 200 x 36||260 x 220|
|One Size||125 x 200|
|PILLOW SIZE||PILLOWCASE||OXFORD PILLOWCASE|
|Standard||50 x 75||50 x 75|
|King||50 x 90||
50 x 90