Are these sheets crisp to the feel, like the sheets from years ago? I don't like the new soft, flimsy sheet sets and am looking for the cotton percale sheets of yesteryear. Thank you.
Classic Percale Oversize Sheet Set
Available in several popular colors and sizes, this percale sheet set gets softer and more comfortable with every wash. This classic sheet set includes a fitted sheet, an oversized flat sheet, and two matching pillowcases for a complete look.
ITEM#: 12945685Elegant and comfortable, this oversize sheet set is a wonderful addition to any bedroom. These sheets are constructed of fabric that has been calendared and mercerized for long-lasting comfort and quality.
Made from a crisp cotton-blend fabric that stays cool during hot summer nights, this percale sheet set is designed for comfort, style and convenience. The fitted sheet includes 15-inch-deep pockets to accommodate your thick mattress or pillowtop and is fully elasticized for a snug fit, while the flat sheet is specially sized to create a generous overhang for optimal coverage. The flat sheet and pillowcases are hemmed for a stylish accent.
- Set includes: Flat sheet, fitted sheet, and two pillowcases
- Weave: Percale
- Thread count: 250
- Sheet type: Solid
- Pattern: Solid
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 15 inches
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Color options: Lilac, Cream, Paprika, Berry, White, Black, Sage, Teal, Deep Taupe, Pale Blue
- Materials: 55-percent cotton/45-percent polyester
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Flat sheet and pillowcases have a 4-inch hem with single-fold treatment
- Fitted sheet: 80 inches x 60 inches
- Flat sheet: 100 inches x 102 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Fitted sheet: 80 inches x 78 inches
- Flat sheet: 118 inches x 102 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 40 inches
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|Materials||55% Cotton/45% Polyester|
|Color||Black Blue Green Off-White Purple Red Tan White|
|Set Include||4 Piece|
|Thread Count Range||200 - 299 TC|
|Tags||Classic Comfortable Comfy Cozy Durable Inexpensive Quality Silky Smooth Soft Softest Summer Vibrant|
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cannot beat the price for the qualityRead More
Love the texture of this bedding, however, there is an unwanted build up of static. Looks good in the dark, but sometimes a little painful.Read More
Overall, the sheets are comfortable and wash well. The pillow cases are another story. The seams don 't line up, so you can't fold them correctly. Even tried ironing them and they still don't line up. The color of the sheets are as advertised. The shippping was prompt and arrived in good condition.Read More
good enough for guest room sheets, however not good for every week use...Too thin. Thought thread count was higher in the ad . Use fabric softener in wash and in dryer, that should soften them upRead More
blue is a nice stiff crispy percale feel, the lilac/lavender feels like used washed out dish towels. no where near the same quality of fabric. very disappointed.Read More
Product is not "classic percale" - it is not crisp and wrinkle free. It is more like the old cheap muslin sheets. Scratchy and somewhat wrinkled. The pillow cases are so small they barely cover a standard pillow and have seams on both sides. The top sheet is oversized which is nice for keeping it tucked in. The bottom fitted sheet is good for thick mattresses. Do not buy this if you are looking for a crisp percale sheet.Read More
I have been looking for a good quality percale sheet because I do not like Egyptian Cotton that wrinkle so badly and are too soft for my taste. These sheets are not what I thought. They are the cheaper version of percale. Coarse and not crisp nor slick. The color is too bright. I will have to continue to search for good quality percale sheets and take good care of the ones I have.Read More
While the deep pockets (oversize)fits great on my pillowtop mattress the quality is poor. The percale is soft except for the areas where the weave defects are present. There are weave defects, that are eight and nine inches long, in the bottom sheet and one of the pillowcases. The color is much duller than the picture on the website. I will never again buy bedding online.Read More
I was looking for Percale sheets to help with the hot summer days, however the sheets were more stiff after washing than you would expect. Probably won't use them very often.Read More
after washing sheets in warm/cold water fitted sheet much much much to small to fitRead More
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Other customers reviewed these sheets as not being made of a crisp cotton percale. Please read customer reviews on this product to help you find what you are looking for.
yes they even retain the crispness after washimg
I have to know where these sheets are made before I order.
Thank you for your interest. These sheets are made in India.
Are these sheets made in USA?
I hope not. The quality is hideous!
These are made in India.
Are these sheets crispy and winkle free?
Thank you for your inquiry. These sheets are not posted as being "wrinkle-free" but with the proper washing and drying instructions, they could come out of the dryer almost wrinke-free. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
how deep is the queen fitted sheet
These have a 15" pocket.
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