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Quilts Online In Pakistan
After an eventful day, you sink into bed exhausted and look forward to a restful sleep. To do this, pull the quilts over your shoulders and enjoy their warmth. Here you can find out what different types of quilts there are, which variant suits your personal feeling of warmth, and how to look after the quilt properly so that you can enjoy it for a long time.
Quilts Pakistan - Material and fillings
In addition to a comfortable mattress, quilts are part of the basic equipment for a cozy place to sleep. Whether single or double quilt - the material of the cover and the type of filling determine how warm the quilt keeps and how loose and light it is on you. Quilts made of synthetic fibers are easy to care for and robust, while natural fillings such as down, feathers, or wool are characterized by being particularly breathable and durable.
For a restful sleep without sweating and cold feet, you should choose a quilt that is specially tailored to your individual preferences and needs. Depending on the season and your temperature sensitivity, you may feel more comfortable under a particularly thick quilt on cold winter nights, while on hot summer evenings, you prefer an airy quilt that has hardly any weight and also has a cooling effect.
Down feathers, microfibre or would you prefer camel hair? If you are having a hard time making a decision when choosing quilts, you can simply take a look at the following overview. Here you will get to know the most popular models and the advantages of individual filling materials.
Down comforters keep you warm and weigh next to nothing. A lot of air gets caught between the fine ramifications of the small, fluffy down feathers, which means that the heat is stored and well insulated from the outside. The fluffy filling is securely packed in a tightly woven cotton cover so that the down comforters nestle softly without snagging quills.
Tip: Goose down is a particularly exclusive filling material because it is larger and bulkier than duck down and therefore has even better heat retention.
Feather beds are a cheap alternative to pure down quilts. The quilts are filled with the somewhat coarser feathers of ducks and geese, which do not conduct body heat as well as down but have a larger volume. Mixtures of down and feathers are also popular as thick winter quilts.
Cotton quilts are characterized by their longevity and are also particularly hard-wearing and easy to care for. You can usually wash cotton-filled blankets yourself and even put them in the dryer without any problems. Since they only absorb heat to a small extent and are also breathable, quilts made of this natural plant material are ideal for summer.
virgin wool quilts
New wool from sheep is a good filling material for a winter quilt. It keeps you warm and can absorb a lot of moisture and wick it away quickly without feeling clammy. A new wool quilt is a good choice if you get too warm under a down comforter. Wool also has remarkable self-cleaning abilities, so dirt and odors hardly stick to it.
camel hair quilts
Camel hair blankets are the noble all-rounders among the quilts. Their ability to balance temperatures makes them suitable as all-season quilts for summer and winter. Camel hair quilts hug the body but are slightly heavier than other quilts. They also quickly release moisture into the environment and, like wool blankets, create a pleasantly dry sleeping climate.
Cashmere wool has similar properties to camel hair and can therefore also be used as a high-quality blanket all year round. In addition, this natural wool has a fine and firm structure, which makes cashmere quilts nice and thin, and airy. Because of its heat retention and climate regulation capabilities, cashmere is particularly popular in winter.
Silk quilts are very light and supple, so they flatter your body. Like new wool, real silk hardly absorbs any odors and also ensures a pleasantly dry sleeping climate. However, the skin-friendly natural material is primarily popular because of its cooling effect, which makes silk the preferred filling material for summer quilts.
Tip: When buying, make sure that the proportion of real silk is as high as possible. Its threads are smoother and longer than those of wild silk, which increases sleeping comfort.
Synthetic fibers are not only a cheap alternative to natural fibers, but they can also keep up well with quilts made of natural fibers or down and feathers in terms of their thermal performance. In addition, microfiber quilts are even lighter, more durable, and, above all, easier to care for. Since they can usually be washed easily and at high temperatures, synthetic fiber blankets are also considered to be particularly hygienic.
Quilted or buttoned: There are these different shapes
After you have decided on a filling that suits your sleeping needs, the next step is to think about what material the quilt should be made of. Here you get an overview of the different versions, their advantages, and possible uses.
In the case of quilts, the lining is divided into individual chambers by seams. This quilting keeps the soft filling in shape and ensures a balanced distribution of down, feathers, or fibers. This keeps your body warm and also requires less filling material, which means that the quilt is lighter in comparison. The type of quilting also influences the thermal insulation of the blankets:
- Quilting in the form of cassettes with inner seams is popular for winter quilts, as the bars serve as a buffer for an even bulging of the filling so that the quilts are more voluminous and thicker overall.
- Summer quilts usually have quilting in the form of diamonds, circles, or checks, mostly without or with very low inner bars. Because the cover is usually sewn directly fabric to fabric, the filling has gaps at the quilting seams, creating cold zones here that are pleasantly cool in summer.
Balloon beds completely do without quilted inner chambers and leave the plump filling of feathers and down free space to unfold, which makes the quilts particularly fluffy. Here you can simply tap or shake the lining as needed in the blanket area where you would like it warmer.
4-season quilts are made up of two individual quilts of different thicknesses, which can be connected to form a multi-layered quilt with press studs. You can also use the two blankets separately, with the thinner version serving as a quilt in summer and the fuller version being used for the transitional period in autumn and winter. Both together warm you in winter. In addition, extended blankets have the advantage that they can be put in the washing machine separately from each other, so you can clean the individual blankets yourself.
From cold to warm: Which quilt suits your sleep type?
Depending on whether you sleep with the window open, in a cool or heated room, freeze slightly at night, or sweat, you have very different demands on your quilt - this applies in particular to allergy sufferers. Read here which set suits your sleep type.
Do you freeze quickly?
If you quickly get shivering in bed, you should grab a quilt with a fluffy or somewhat voluminous filling that stores your body heat well thanks to the air cushion. Feather or down quilts ensure carefree sleeping pleasure because these lightweights keep you particularly warm without weighing you down. As a sleeping type that freezes quickly, you are also well served with easy-to-clean quilts made of synthetic materials such as microfiber.
Tip: Flannel bed linen and beaver fitted sheets are popular in winter because the roughened cotton fabric provides additional warmth and feels soft on the skin at the same time.
Do you sweat easily
Do you sweat easily and get hot under the covers at night? Then a thin cotton quilt is for you. The material is light and pleasantly soft and lets plenty of air through so you don't sweat. In general, natural fibers absorb body heat and moisture better than man-made fabrics. If you want something more luxurious, you can choose a cooling silk quilt or a blanket made of fine cashmere.
Tip: In addition to a breathable quilt, a jersey fitted sheet is good for a cool summer bed - and airy satin or seersucker bed linen that you don't even have to iron.
are you allergic
If you are allergic to animal hair, you should refrain from stuffing like new wool, camel hair, or cashmere. If you have a house dust allergy, quilts that can be washed in a hot wash are recommended, as hot temperatures kill the dust mites in the bedding. In addition to microfiber quilts, most quilts with down or feather fillings can also withstand a wash cycle at 60 degrees and are suitable for allergy sufferers due to their excellent climate regulation, provided you are not overly sensitive to the keratin in the feathers.
Tip: For a healthy sleep, you are well advised to use a washable under blanket and cotton bed linen, as the natural material is skin-friendly and particularly breathable.
Sooner or later: There are these blanket sizes
In addition to filling material and cover, the size also plays an important role when choosing the quilt. This is how you determine the right size: Measure your body circumference and add 40 cm to the total. The result corresponds to the minimum width for your quilt.
- Children's size 100 x 135 cm: The mini blankets are available in a practical set with a pillow. From around the age of three, the two-piece sleeping set replaces the baby sleeping bag and offers toddlers more freedom of movement.
- Standard size 135 x 200 cm: The single quilt in the standard size is suitable for normal-weight people under 1.80 m and allows full freedom of movement. The degree of warmth of the filling can also be selected here to suit your temperature perception.
- Oversize 155 x 200 cm: These single quilts are 20 cm wider than the standard size and offer an exceptionally high level of sleeping comfort for people up to 1.80 m tall.
- Comfort size 155 x 220 cm: Thanks to the additional 20 cm, a tall individual over 1.80 m can stretch out fully here without the feet or shoulder area sticking out from under the blanket.
- Double bed size 200 x 200 cm: The standard size for double bed quilts offers space for two people of normal height. Since the blanket only serves one degree of warmth, the two types of sleep should be similar.
- Extra length 200 x 220 cm: With a different length of 20 cm, these double quilts also wrap one or more tall people over 1.80 m in pleasant warmth from head to toe.
- Luxury size 240 x 220 cm: Under these XXL double quilts, several people, couples, or even individuals have plenty of space to stretch out to their heart's content without disturbing each other.
Tip: If you and your partner have different sensitivities to heat, two separate quilts are advisable. With covers that are identical or color-coordinated, you can create a harmonious overall picture in the bedroom, even with two individual blankets.
10 tips for quilt cleaning and care
As a rule, a quilt offers you six to eight years of pleasant sleeping comfort before you have to change it. In order for your quilt to stay in top shape for a long time, the material needs the right care.
- After you sleep, give your comforter a shake and leave it open and without a bedspread for a while. This allows the moisture to evaporate better.
- You reduce the risk of mite infestation by keeping the room temperature below 18 degrees and low humidity.
- Make the bed new every two weeks at the latest. If you sweat more, you can change the sheets once a week.
- The quilt itself should go into the washing machine at least twice a year- provided the filling is machine washable.
- Pure wool blankets and camel hair quilts should only be washed carefully by hand with a special wool detergent some shampoo and left to dry in a shady place.
- Cashmere quilts like to breathe fresh air more often. To wash, send the precious blankets with the sensitive filling to a professional dry cleaner.
- Microfiber quilts and other synthetically manufactured fabrics can be washed in the hot wash at up to 95 degrees, which is allergy-friendly.
- Let the natural fiber quilts air out regularly in the fresh air and tap them out to loosen and distribute the filling.
- Wash down and feather quilts in the washing machine without fabric softener at a maximum of 60 degrees with mild detergent. Then put it in the dryer with a couple of tennis balls. If the filling does clump together, simply open a seam on the cover and blow cold air into the blanket.
- Be sure to follow the care instructions on the manufacturer's label.
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Conclusion: Pleasant sleep thanks to the right quilt
In summer, in winter, or in the transitional period - with a quilt that is tailored to your body size and also suits your personal temperature sensitivity, you can expect a good night's sleep for a relaxed start to the day. Important information is summarized here:
- Quilts filled with natural materials such as wool, down, feathers, and animal hair are particularly breathable, light, and durable, while synthetic fillings such as microfiber are usually inexpensive, easy to care for, and durable. The warming effect of natural fibers and synthetic fibers is quite similar.
- With down feathers, you conjure up a warm cuddly bed in winter. Silk is a noble, particularly light material that is cool on the skin in the warm season without making you sweat.
- Are you looking for an easy-care, skin-friendly and inexpensive option for the summer? Then grab a filling made of natural cotton.
- If the demands on your quilt fluctuate over the course of a year, four-season quilts with different layers and snaps are an alternative.
- People with allergies should use microfiber or down-filled quilts. These are usually washable at least 60 degrees.