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Once your child is old enough to have bedding in his crib, look for a lightweight quilt that can work in the crib and toddler bed by itself or as a layering piece. Choose a super-soft version made of 100% cotton and a lower-loft fill to keep your child warm without getting too hot. A lightweight version can also fit into your home washing machine to clean it when your child has an accident or an illness. Choose one in bright white that can be bleached if need be (because you know with kids, some kind of stain is inevitable!). The bonus with all-white: It will continue to match your child’s room decor and other bedding as their tastes change from one character or hobby to another. If you don’t like all-white, this one also comes in gray, blue and pink, or just with blue or pink borders.
Bedding connoisseurs will appreciate the attention to detail and exclusive materials that are used to create these luxurious comforters. Extra stitching prevents down from shifting to the edges of the comforter. True baffle boxes give your comforter an extra 2″ of loft. Only the very warmest Northern European white goose down and tightly woven European cotton fabrics will do.
I love this Royal Down comforter. It replaced a 10 year old Scandia down one that was wonderful. This Royal Hotel comforter exceeds my expectations. It is light weight, comfortably warm and looks fabulous on my bed. I have always put my down comforters in a duvet because I think it protects the comforter and keeps it clean. It also avoids any possible problems with small pin holes made by sitting on it or having animals jump on it.
Since polyester batting became available sixty years ago it has been the batting material most always used in Amish quilts. Being much easier to quilt than raw cotton batting found in antique quilts and by making a quilt much easier to launder (wet cotton batting weighs 'a ton!') practical Amish women quickly made the switch. Excellent but more expensive woolen batting is also occasionally used in Amish quilts.
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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