Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Flannel Sheet Set Reviewed

Cozy Winter Sleeping With A Flannel Sheet Set

cotton used to make a flannel sheet
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As I write this review it is winter in my part of the hemisphere. My husband and I love to use a flannel sheet set on our beds when the weather gets cold. We have a variety of colorful sets to choose from for our bed but I'm always looking for another set to replace any that become worn out. They do not wear out often, in fact, in the 20 some years that we have used them; I think I have only had to replace two. 

We love that extra warmth that the flannel sheet offers and they feel so wonderful on your skin as you sleep. I don't know about you but I have found that as I age I seem to feel colder than I used to. 

So, I discovered that one of our sheet sets is starting to show some thinness in a couple of areas and I want to get another set to have on hand. My husband is partial to plaid and I try to keep a set or two in a plaid to keep him happy. Don't get me wrong, I like plaids too so I don't mind having a plaid set on our bed from time to time. I found a pretty set that will go with our bedroom decor and plan to order it in the next couple of days.

I just love that sage green, blue and brown combination in this particular sheet set! Another feature with this set is that it is brushed on both sides. That makes the sheets softer on your skin at night. When I first started buying flannel for our bed, I did not pay attention to whether it was brushed on each side or not. It does make a difference in both comfort and wear of the sheets. If the underside is not brushed it feels coarser and in my opinion wears out sooner. I don't know that it is a scientific fact or not but an observation that I have made over the years of using them.

If plaid isn't something that you care for this sheet set is available in five additional patterns. It also comes in the standard sizes of twin, full, queen, and king along with an option for twin extra long and California king size beds.

How about you? Do you use flannel sheets on your bed in the winter? If not, you might want to give them a try. I really do not think that you will be disappointed with them. They are so comfy and warm!



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9 comments:

  1. We love our flannel sheets too! Flannel sheets are the only sheet fabric everyone in our household agrees on. My son would love the green tartan pattern you have featured too. Comfy, warm and pretty certainly equals perfection and when it comes to rest, we need to all make sure we have the right sheets on our beds.

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  2. I agree that flannel sheets do make you feel warmer on cold winter nights.

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  3. I've always liked slippery sheets, but lately with the dreary, cold weather we've been having I could go with a new set of comfy flannel sheets to snuggle into. The set you chose above is very pretty.

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  4. You certainly picked my color combination with that set of flannel sheets. Plus, my current favorite quilt has that same set of colors. I've not had flannel sheets in a long time because they wore out too quickly. But now you have me interested in trying this brushed on both sides idea.

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  5. I like the knitted sheets but hubby loves flannel ones so I get them for him. Like you I only like the soft side of them. Good to know there are sheets that are soft on both sides. I will have to try these next time.

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  6. We used a flannel sheet on the bottom and a high pile blanket on the top. It's like jumping into a Teddy Bear when you climb into the bed! I love the flannel in the winter but must say in the summertime, they are gone.....

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  7. I LOVE flannel sheets so much! I don't have a set right now. And I think I really need a set.

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  8. Love these sheets (the colors and pattern) - like your hubby I'm a fan of plaid too. Absolutely love flannel sheets though, and we also love Jersey sheets.

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  9. I use flannel sheets almost year round. They just feel better on my skin. I now have several sets.

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