Warmth and softness are two key features of high-quality quilts. We know this at Sweetee’s like no other. That’s why, on behalf of your customer, you can choose between synthetic and down duvets. While synthetic quilts or duvets feel extra soft and can simply be washed or dried in the washing machine, natural quilts or duvets ventilate and isolate better.
The padding of our quilts consist of hollow polyester fibres 400g/m² (all seasons) or down and are available in single (140 x 200 cm) or double (220 x 240 cm) sizes. Thanks to the lattice stitching (larger for a winter quilt, smaller for a summer quilt) the padding stays well in place and the edges are attractively finished with a white trim.
Percale cotton ticking guarantees optimal moisture absorption. We offer top-quality percale cotton with a 220 thread count. The cotton is so tightly woven that it is also used for real down blankets and is feather-proof.
Polyester microfibre ticking is cheaper but is less efficient at moisture regulation than percale cotton ticking.
The insulation capacity determines how warm a quilt is. The higher the padding weight (GSM or gramme per square metre) of a quilt, the warmer it will be. That’s also the reason why quilts for all seasons have a second, thicker-filled quilt to click on.
The ventilating or humidity-regulating capacity depends on the ticking (casing) and the padding. Percale cotton breathes better than microfibre and (high quality) down breathes better than synthetic padding, but that comes at a price.