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Design: By far one of the warmest and lightest comforters you can buy under $1000. Made in the USA with 600 fill power white goose down and 500 thread-count Egyptian cotton. Luxurious imported white goose down combined with true baffle boxes means this comforter will expand to 3+” when fluffed. Superior quality white goose down is lighter than regular down and yet warm enough for Northern European winters.
I know that not everybody has thousands of dollars to spend on a goose down comforter. That’s why I’ve split the list into two parts. The first part lists the top 3 goose down duvets that cost less than $300. The second list includes the top rated down comforters that cost more than $300. Use this guide to find the perfect comforter that fits your budget.

With a 650 fill power, this style from JCPenney is a great option for year-round use. If you're looking for more warmth, this comforter is also available in Level 1 (600 fill power) or Level 3 (700 fill power) options. The 100% cotton cover has a 350 thread count, which is great for preventing down from poking through. It's machine washable (as long as there's enough room for it to move freely) and it has a baffle-box construction to keep the down evenly distributed. Keep an eye out for a sale on this one; it's rarely sold at its listed price.
The comforter gets a lot of the credit for making your bed into the plush slumber sanctuary that it is. The quilt, meanwhile, is one of the most underrated bedding elements, easily adding extra warmth in the winter and a lighter cover option in the summer, as well as a tailored, textural layer that enhances the overall look of your sleep space year-round. Here are nine quilts that we wouldn't dream of kicking out of bed.
If you're looking for variety, then look no further. This comforter is available in four weights (from "super light" to "extra"), five colors and six sizes (including oversized queen and king). The fill power ranges from 600 to 650 and its enclosed in a 300 thread count cotton sateen fabric that's combed for extra softness. It also has a baffle-box design to keep the down in place.
Most down comforters only need to be cleaned once every year or so. You can wait longer if you use a duvet cover to protect the comforter. If machine washing, always use mild detergent and a delicate cycle. Dry using no heat, as down comforters are sensitive to higher temperatures yet they take quite a bit time to dry completely. Even one damp area can become moldy.
Amish Country Quilts is a marketplace not a quilt shop. Quilts listed here have been listed by the individuals responsible for them. When you purchase a quilt you will be purchasing it from the person who listed it. That person will accept your payment and ship your quilt to you. Each of these individuals pay a small commission on each sale to Amish Country Quilts in return for being listed here. Amish Country Quilts is based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and is operated by Doug Stuart.
When we tested this duvet insert, we immediately noticed two things: that the material was incredibly crinkly but also very lightweight. Luckily, neither of these factors seemed to affect overall quality of sleep. The duvet's pillowy texture and rectangular quilting was also incredibly adept at facilitating airflow, making the piece feel light and cool, without ever going flat. While this duvet feels as though it perfectly regulates body temperature during the winter, it did feel a bit too bulky for a restful night of sleep on hotter nights.
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