Is Sesame gold or more khaki?
I bought the identical item from an online flash retailer which charged $XX over the Overstock price. I promptly returned it and ordered it from Overstock. It's warm, washable and looks great. I'm very happy with it....
Snuggle up with this striped cotton blanket when feeling cool. Its damask weave construction enhances its beauty, and its 240-count cover and natural cotton fill enhances its comfort. This blanket is available in an assortment of colors and sizes.
ITEM#: 13296054This Cotton Loft blanket features a naturally lofted cotton fill that has the same warming properties as down, but without the overheating. The blanket has a 240 thread count cover and is filled with 4 ounces per square yard of 100-percent natural cotton loft fill.
- Construction: Damask weave
- Edging: Taped edge
- Pattern: Damask stripe
- Color options: Bright white, sesame, smoke blue, plum, sage, wheat, scarlet, black
- Materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Twin: 66 inches wide x 90 inches long
- Full/Queen: 90 inches wide x 90 inches long
- King: 110 inches wide x 90 inches long
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I bought the identical item from an online flash retailer which charged $XX over the Overstock price. I promptly returned it and ordered it from Overstock. It's warm, washable and looks great. I'm very happy with it.Read More
Not at all the color I expected. I ordered the wheat, which looks like a nice taupe/brown in the picture. The blanket arrived and it's yellow!!!! Unfortunately, sending this back.Read More
I searched and searched for a black cotton blanket that was a reasonable price, when I came across this one... I love it, it's perfect. It does need some loving care upon arrival. I always wash new things because of the formaldehyde in them, so I washed it and no matter how many times I fluffed it I eventually had to iron it, both sides and use a lint roller on it, as the cotton fibers tend to work their way through the material. Label says you can wash it, but recommends dry cleaning, take the suggestion and DRY CLEAN! I also didn't get from the description or pictures that the blanket is stitched "quilt-like" in large 12" squares. I don't mind it, it adds another interesting texture to the blanket and is obviously meant to keep the cotton fiber in the middle from lumping up. An overall excellent purchase!Read More
the color is exactly what i wanted - deep purple--hard to find it seems-- great quality--it also keeps my satiny comforter from slipping around-- first time ordering and am happy with results fo productRead More
I bought 2 sight unseen based on the reviews and couldn't believe what I got. The stitching was wavy on both. It was exaggerated and obvious because of the stripping pattern in the cloth. The stitches themselves were inconsistent in size. The edging was showing the stuffing in one area because it was not sewn straight. The fabric was not the quality I expected at this price point. The colors were on the bright side of their description. I would consider them apple green and purple, not sage and plum. The color was a minor issue and could have lived with that. I returned them both based on the over lack of quality and workmanship.Read More
Blanket was not soft so I washed it. After the first washing the stuffing is coming out and then threading is also. Not impressed with this purchase at all.Read More
Blanket arrived quickly. Color is a pretty good match but has dulled after a wash. Has worked out well for a winter option with a thinner blanket underneath & seems like it will be a good summer blanket-minus the extra thinner blanket. It looks to be well made...nothing is falling apart to date. Overall a nice value!Read More
Blanket looks almost like a thin comforter with the tight weave on outside, not fluffy like average blanket. Plum color was kind of purple like which is what I wanted. Happy with the purchaseRead More
Blanket is perfect. Great quality. Washes up nicely. Am currently using it as a comforter. Even matches my sheets. Couldn't ask for more.Read More
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Hello, kcrak. Hope your day is going well. The color is very much like khaki which is where "sesame" originated. Thank you for shopping with us and please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
what is the weight of this blanket in a twin size ?
The twin blanket features a weight of 18 ounces per square yard of natural cotton loft fill.
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