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This is a very soft lightweight down blanket. Not to be confused with a comforter. It's a 4 season blanket for New England and I just love it. In the winter months I do add a down comforter with it and it's still very light weight on my body. I can't say enough about this type of blanket. I will never use another type....
250 Thread Count Twin-size Down Blanket
Sleep in pure comfort with this twin down blanket. Available in many solid colors--dusty blue, sage, cream, or white--this 250-thread-count blanket is made of 100 percent cotton, and it will keep you warm and cozy with its soft touch.
ITEM#: 13036662Add a luxurious touch to your bedroom with this Royal Luxe down blanket. 250 thread count construction gives this blanket a soft, comfortable touch.
- Cover material: Cotton
- Type of down: White down
- Outer design: Plain
- Thread count: 250
- Warmth rating: Light warmth
- Edging: Satin binding
- Pattern: Solid
- Color options: White, dusty blue, cream and sage
- Materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Dry clean
- Dimensions: 68 inches wide x 90 inches long with 10 ounces of fill
Down and feather-filled products are packaged tightly during shipping. Upon receipt, remove this item from its packaging, fluff gently, and allow several hours for full loft recovery. In addition, products sealed in plastic packaging sometimes have a disagreeable scent because of concentrated natural fibers. A few hours of airing typically removes the odor.
We recommend that this item is fluffed at least once a week to maintain down distribution.
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|Color||Blue Green White|
|Thread Count Range||201 - 500 TC|
|Memory Foam Type||Other|
|Materials||Filled with white down; cotton cover|
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This is a very soft lightweight down blanket. Not to be confused with a comforter. It's a 4 season blanket for New England and I just love it. In the winter months I do add a down comforter with it and it's still very light weight on my body. I can't say enough about this type of blanket. I will never use another type.Read More
Bought this in ivory and very happy with it. We prefer a down blanket to a comforter. In the winter we use two and just one in the summer.This is as very generous twin! It covers the top of our queen-size bed. My idea in purchasing a twin was to add extra warmth to just one side, but it's working out and we're happy. Would love to have this in a queen size.Read More
I fluffed this by placing it in the dryer and let it tumble for 15 minutes. Some down filled products have feathers that will poke through the fabric- those feathers have a strong filament and may be chicken feathers and not real down. I have used this for one month and no feathers are slipping through the blanket fabric. I assume it is real down. I have had other down filled products; a winter vest, and down slippers. My down slippers gave me a horrible skin rash from the feathers poking me. I have a severe allergy to chicken feathers. I was tested by a specialist for allergies. These facts lead me to endorse this blanket as authentic high quality down.Read More
These blanket have the right amount of warmth, but the covers have pilled within a few months of usage. I had also ordered 2 king size last year and the same thing happened. Would not recomment theseRead More
Remember that this is a blanket, not a comforter. A great, light-weight alternative to a heavy comforter. Nice quality, as described.Read More
Questions & Answers
Item number 13036662 is the twin-size comforter. With item number 12334492, you can choose from twin, full/queen, and king sizes when they are in stock. The comforters are the same.
Bed Sheet Thread Count Fact Sheet
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