With the ensuing of Fall/Winter, your entire collection of quilt, winter sheets and blankets must be out! Or, are you planning to get hold of some new sets? Whatever be it, an early winter and early spring is absolutely nothing without the perfect flannel sheets.
Yes, you hear it right. One of the innumerable uses of flannel lies in it being a superb material for making blankets and sheets. And, the best part is, they not only provide you with great comfort but come in amazing colors and prints to satisfy everyone every which way!
Here’s compiling for you a list of benefits of using Flannel Sheets and Blankets this season:
Because Flannel Sheets Can Provide You Much More Comfort and Warmth Than A Comforter: A comforter of high quality cannot produce the same warmth and comfort that is provided by an average quality flannel sheet. Besides, flannel bed sheets act as an insulating layer between yourself and the duvet. And, when used as a blanket, it provides much warmth during the light winter seasons or during late autumn.
Flannel’s History is Worth Noticing:
Invented in the 1600s, flannel sheets were first used to protect the farmers from harsh winters and dust. However, with time, its usages also saw a wide variety. Originally made from pure wool, nowadays you get flannel products in wider materials—lightweight cotton and even silks. However, for bedding purposes, cotton combined with wool are used for better comfort and warmth. So, get yourself a flannel blanket if you still haven’t.
Great for Babies:
Since flannel blankets are generally made of pure wool or cotton-mixed wool, these provide utmost comfort and relaxation to babies without hurting them in any way. You may get flannel baby blankets that are made specifically for the babies using standardized materials to protect your babies from cold and chills.