While the design is really cute and the reversible feature fit our needs perfectly (our pre-teen grand daughters share a room with their pre-school sisters, so there was something suitable for everyone) the construction of these comforters was the worst workmanship I've ever seen. The interior seams were not finished (by, for example, pinking or zig-zagging), the seams were stitched using a long stitch like a basting stitch, and in many places, the edges were trimmed so close to the stitching that inevitably, the first washing produced massive fraying. Then even the comforters that had not been washed began fraying as well. To the credit of Overstock.com, they offered a replacement for each of the comforters, which we accepted. I am partially disassembling them and reinforcing the seams (and finishing them) because the girls liked them so much, it was worth the trouble, for their sakes. But what a pain in the neck!