Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined
Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined

Straight Pleated BedSpread White Twill Lined

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Straight Pleated Bedding. Beautiful lines and so soft and clean looking.
Add the tiny ruffled edge accessories to bring it to life.

Beautifully lined to add weight and structure but keeping it ohh so soft and comfy!

*** Sanded Twill Outer Cover - A single 6.5 oz plain cloth, light and flexible, processed to add softness.
100% washed cotton.
On the King bedding, there will be a seam on each side on the base because this fabric is only 60" wide.

*** Percale Inner Lining - Is a closely woven plain-weave fabric often used for bed covers.
Percale has a thread count of about 200 or higher and is noticeably tighter than
the standard type of weave used for bedsheets. It is light weight, and washes very well.

SIZE - Will be the size of your mattress

FABRIC - choose from the drop down menu.

(THE SAMPLE PIC IS MEASURED FROM A MATTRESS 26” HIGH)

Standard - 26" Drop

Oversized - 32" Drop

Freshly Laundered for your enjoyment

Drop is on three sides - PLEATED CORNERS

WASH IN COLD AND TUMBLE DRY.

It is easy to care for cottons and to keep it looking beautiful for years to come.  In fact, cotton is such a natural, simple fabric that caring for it is simple.

  • Machine in cold water.
  • Machine tumble dry on low - medium temperatures. Remove from the dryer when slightly damp to avoid becoming stiff, and hang or lie flat to finish off the drying process.
  • If you have an item that really needs pressing, iron while the fabric is still damp. Use a medium-hot iron on the steam setting.

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