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Sheets

Thread count is not an indicator of quality. In most cases, it just leads to confusion and misunderstanding regarding the true quality of the sheeting. While many consumers look to thread count when purchasing sheets, it is only a small part of the equation and is only relevant when other factors of the fabric’s composition are considered. What thread count won’t tell you is the quality of the fibers used to produce the yarns, how they are spun, woven or finished, and most importantly, how the fabric feels.

The finer the natural fibers, the better the fabric. Egyptian cotton is renowned because it yields one of the longest staple cottons in the world — the staple is the fine individual fiber. The longer the fibers, the more easily they can be spun into smoother, stronger, finer yarn or thread.

After the fabric is woven, it goes through the complex process of “finishing.” This is an important step that determines the final texture, color, strength, stability, and softness of the fabric.

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