Cottonis a fiber that grows from a plant, and flannel is a way the fibers are woven together; that’s the only difference between the two. Flannel is made from either wool, cotton, or synthetic fiber. Vegetable flannel is made from Scots pine fibre.
Flannel sheets, are warm, soft, and absolutely wonderful to cuddle in when it is cold and blustery outside.
They are Lightweight, and they keep you warm. And investing in a couple of duvets in different colors and patterns not only keeps your down comforter clean, it also helps to give your bedding a different look for the winter months. If you are thinking of investing in a down comforter look for these 2 facts:
The quality of down can be determined by the fill power or loft. Purchase one above a fill power of 600 or more to keep warm and cozy all winter long.
2- Box stitch
Look at the stitching construction. A box stitch construction, one that forms a grid pattern across the surface. This will prevent your comforter from clumping and shifting over time.