Cozelle® 100% Cotton Blanket w/ 300TC Four-Piece Sheet Set

The combination you’ve been looking for! This Cozelle® collection comes with everything you need for a simple and easy bedding refresh. Available in colors sure to add spark to your style, this collection features a woven blanket and a coordinating solid sheet set so your bed always looks pretty and put-together.

Made from 100% cotton and a 300 thread count, each piece of the sheet set will have you dreaming in beautiful bliss with a sateen weave for a soft, smooth feel you won’t be able to resist. Crafted with high quality construction you can see, the woven blanket layers your bed with lightweight luxury. Perfectly folded at the foot of your bed, the blanket doubles as a throw and cozies up your couch when draped over the back! Machine washable so cleaning and care take no time at all, give your bedroom a look you’ll love with help from Cozelle®!

SET INCLUDES:
  • One blanket
  • One flat sheet
  • One fitted sheet
  • Two pillowcases

CHOICES:
  • Aqua – Dark seafoam green sheet set with seafoam green and ivory woven blanket
  • Grey – Light charcoal grey sheet set with grey and ivory woven blanket
  • Leaf – Pale lime green sheet set with pale lime green and ivory woven blanket
  • Magenta – Jewel-tone pink sheet set with jewel-tone pink and ivory woven blanket
  • Mocha – Pale chocolate brown sheet set with pale brown and ivory woven blanket
  • Purple – Jewel-tone purple sheet set with jewel-tone purple and ivory woven blanket
  • Spice – Burnt orange sheet set with burnt orange and ivory woven blanket
  • Tan – Sand sheet set with sand and ivory woven blanket
  • Turquoise – Jewel-tone turquoise with jewel-tone turquoise and ivory woven blanket
  • Yellow – Bright yellow sheet set with yellow and ivory woven blanket

MEASUREMENTS:
Full Size:
Blanket: 90”L x 90”W
Flat sheet: 96”L x 81”W
Fitted sheet: 75”L x 54”W + 15”
Standard pillowcases: 30”L x 20”W

Queen Size:
Blanket: 90”L x 90”W
Flat sheet: 102”L x 90”W
Fitted sheet: 80”L x 60”W + 15”
Standard pillowcases: 30”L x 20”W

King Size:
Blanket: 90”L x 108”W
Flat sheet: 102”L x 108”W
Fitted sheet: 80”L x 78”W + 15”
King pillowcases: 40”L x 20”W

California King Size:
Blanket: 90”L x 108”W
Flat sheet: 102”L x 108”W
Fitted sheet: 84”L x 72”W + 15”
King pillowcases: 40”L x 20”W

CARE INSTRUCTIONS:
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Light iron as needed. Made from 100% cotton.

Made in China.

PLEASE NOTE: We make every effort to ensure colors are represented accurately online. Due to possible variances in manufacturer dye lots, however, colors may vary slightly from what is depicted. Also, due to the printing process of the pattern, slight imperfections in the pattern may exist.

Thread Count:

Quality bedding is often defined by the thread count of the fabric. Thread count is the number of woven threads in one square inch of fabric. Higher thread counts create higher-quality, more durable weaves that generally feel smoother and softer. Lower thread counts can pill and feel rough, but are affordable and aptly serve their purposes. Common thread counts range from 180 to 1,200. While important, thread count does not alone determine how a fabric performs and feels. Also consider the yarn size and ply when determining the level of quality you desire.

Yarn Size: Yarn size refers to the thickness of the individual threads that make up a woven fabric. The higher the yarn size, the finer the thread. Quality sheets usually have a yarn size ranging from 40 to 100. Finer yarns can only be made from high-quality, long staple cottons such as Supima. Yarn size is important to thread count because finer yarns take up less space than thicker yarns, thus the highest thread count sheets are generally made from the finest yarns.

Ply: The other important component to thread count is ply. Single ply fabrics are made from individually woven threads of yarn, while two-ply fabrics are made from two threads of yarn that are first twisted together and then woven. Since two-ply fabrics have essentially double the thread count of their single ply counterparts, two-ply fabrics must be made from extremely fine yarns, otherwise the end product might feel too bulky and heavy.

Down:

Down is an all-time favorite material for bedding, used with great frequency in comforters, blankets and pillows. The soft and airy plumage that protects waterfowl from the elements (including extreme cold), down serves the same purpose when used in bedding, creating a lightweight, high-loft cocoon of warmth. The air spaces between clusters of down insulate and allow moisture to evaporate, creating warmth and combating clamminess.

Down should not be confused with feathers; they are two separate things. A down cluster is not a small feather; it has a quill point but no shaft, resulting in greater resiliency. As well, a down cluster is lighter than a feather. Down can be white or gray, but the color makes no difference in quality whatsoever.

Differences in down are based on the size of down clusters. Larger clusters boast more insulating power. The clusters' sizes are largely determined by the bird's species, age and climate, as well as the processing techniques.

Contrary to popular belief, less than 1% of the population is allergic to down and feathers. Many people believe they are allergic, but in reality are probably reacting to dust and dirt accumulated in the bedding, or impurities that result from a manufacturer not cleaning the down enough.

Fill power is an important factor in the fluffiness of down bedding. This is the volume of the down and its resilience to compression. It is defined specifically as the number of cubic inches an ounce of down fills. The higher the fill power, the softer, lighter and more resilient the bedding item becomes. Items with high fill power—such as 500 to 550—provide excellent insulation and breathability.

It is essentially impossible to separate down and feathers completely, so no product will be 100% down. The higher the fill power an item boasts, the greater the percentage of down. Common down contents range from 65-85%.

Usually, a higher thread count is preferred with down items because it creates a tighter weave to better contain the down and feathers, lengthening the life span of the item.

Down Care: Down bedding items can last a decade or longer with proper care techniques. Here are some good practices.

  • Shake out or fluff down items to evenly distribute shifted down. This restores the item's original shape, freshens the air pockets between the down clusters and maximizes the loft, providing greater insulation.
  • Air out your bedding item outside twice a year for several hours. Drape it over chairs rather than hang it up and down on a clothesline. This will prevent the down from shifting and will keep it at its freshest.
  • Fluff down bedding in the dryer on low or medium heat. Add several tennis balls to help.
  • Cleaning will help keep down bedding in tiptop condition, but it need not be done more than once every two to three years. Carefully follow the instructions on the product tag.

    Fabrics/Fibers
    Sheets can be made from many different fabrications. Various fibers and weaves are ultimately responsible for the particular performance characteristics of a sheet set.

    Thread Count
    Thread count is the number of yarns per square inch used when a fabric is woven. Higher thread counts create heavier, more durable weaves that generally feel smoother and softer. Lower thread counts can pill and feel rough, but are affordable and aptly serve their purposes. Common thread counts range from 180 to 1,200. A high thread count does not necessarily mean better quality, as it is important to consider other factors like fiber, finishing techniques, yarn size and ply.

  • Yarn Size
    Yarn size refers to the thickness of the individual threads that make up a woven fabric. The higher the yarn size, the finer the thread. Quality sheets usually have a yarn size ranging from 40 to 100. Finer yarns can only be made from high-quality, long staple cottons such as Supima. Yarn size is important to thread count because finer yarns take up less space than thicker yarns, thus the highest thread count sheets are generally made from the finest yarns.
  • Ply
    The other important component to thread count is ply. Single ply fabrics are made from individually woven threads of yarn, while two-ply fabrics are made from two threads of yarn that are first twisted together and then woven. Since two-ply fabrics have essentially double the thread count of their single ply counterparts, two-ply fabrics must be made from extremely fine yarns, otherwise the end product might feel too bulky and heavy

    Sizing
    Make sure you have precisely measured your mattress for its length, width and height. Most mattresses are usually made in specific standard sizes, but there is the possibility of slight variances. A 15" fitted sheet pocket depth will accommodate a mattress up to 18" in height. Deep pockets will be required for Eurotop or pillow top mattresses.