Seersucker duvet covers
The natural puckered, all-cotton fabric is manufactured by a weaving method with alternating loose and tight tension (threads). The difference in tension produces the crinkled stripes in the woven fabric, which remain after washing. With this structure there is no need to iron - the bedding is even more beautiful without ironing. Seersucker fabric of low quality is not woven, but made by using chemicals , which create only a temporary wavy structure – in fact these crinkles disappear fast after a wash or two.
We require that a minimum of 40 x 40 single threads are used in warp and weft per cm2 to manufacture our first class seersucker.
Our seersucker is from 100% long-fiber cotton which together with the wavy structure and the striped design gives our natural cotton seersucker fabric an exquisite touch and a free and easy look.
Piumini Danesi's eco-friendly bedding: aech and every piece of fabric is torn straight thread (not cut) and hand sewn into a unique and exclusive bedding, in Sora - Italy.
The pillowcases are Oxford style, finished with a fabric hem of 7 cm border on the two short sides, adorned with a one line embroidery.
At the end of the the pillow case there is an envelope closure (flap inside of 22cm), so the pillow is tucked in and out of sight for a more finished look.
The duvet cover has a tie closure, it is closed with hidden ribbons/tie at the bottom.
A wide range of fitted sheets is available to match our duvet covers.
Washing seersucker fabric duvet covers
Wash white seersucker fabric at 40 °C. Wash colored seersucker fabric at 40 °C. Wash bedding inside out to make it last longer. Do not use softener. Vinegar is a natural eco-friendly substitute. If you add a bit of white vinegar the colors will be brighter and your sheets will get softer.
You can delicately tumble dry the duvet cover, but we suggest line-drying. It gives a smoother result and it is better for the environment.
Made with care & attention to details In Sora-Italy