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  • Cotton vs. Cotton Blend Sheets: What’s the Difference?
    There are many similarities in how both Cotton and Cotton Hybrid fabrics perform when it comes to breathability, absorbency, and hypoallergenic qualities. The main difference is that Cotton is a natural material, and the Cotton Hybrid is a blend of 70% cotton and 30% Polyester. The 30% Polyester was added to make these wrinkle-free as 100% cotton sheets will wrinkle after washing. All Dreamweave fabrics are breathable, absorbent, and keep sleepers cool throughout the night. Our fabrics are also hypoallergenic and recommended for those with skin allergies and sensitivities. See More FAQs for detailed information on the qualities of our Dream Hy-Luxe Performance Hybrid Cotton, Dream Classic Giza Cotton, and Dream Luxe Giza Cotton fabrics...
  • 100% Cotton vs. Cotton Blend Sheets: Breathability
    Dreamweave's Performance fabric sheet sets have a wonderful breathability. Our 100 percent Giza cotton has a natural breathability, meaning air can circulate through this fabric quickly and easily, regardless of climate or body heat. Dreamweave Giza Cotton is also absorbent and quick-drying to prevent night sweats and sleep disruptions due to overheating. These features make our cotton sheets ideal for those who sleep hot. Our Dream Hy-Luxe Performance Hybrid Cotton sheets are also very breathable. In fact, the 70 percent cotton combined with the 30% polyester make provided increased breathability, moisture wicking and wrinkle resistance, similar to the fabrics used in athletic clothing to keep active individuals cool and dry. This material is manufactured to wick away heat and moisture to regulate body temperature and keep you cool and comfortable all night. The hybrid fabric also repels water and prevents it from soaking into the material.
  • Cotton vs. Cotton Hybrid Sheets: The Feel
    Our 300 and 600 Thread Count Giza Cotton and 650 Thread Count Cotton Hybrid sheets have a smooth sateen finish, which is soothing to the skin, making it a good choice for those with sensitive skin, allergies, and autoimmune diseases, such as psoriasis and eczema. The smooth long staple cotton is comforting and cozy, but it also won’t exaggerate already irritated skin. Dreamweave's Long Staple Egyptian Giza Cotton: There are three cotton species, Upland cotton, Egyptian cotton, and Pima cotton. Upland cotton sheets are the most common. However, Egyptian and Pima cotton sheets are considered superior, because they have extra-long fibers, also known as “extra-long-staple cotton,” making these sheets finer, softer, and more durable. Our Dream Hy-Luxe Performance Cotton Hybrid sheets have a smooth crisp feel. Our 70 percent cotton and 30 percent polyester fabric is 650 thread count sateen weave for a smooth texture while providing wrinkle resistance so they come out of the wash looking and feeling crisp and clean.
  • Cotton vs. Cotton Blend Hybrid Sheets: Durability
    Dreamweave 300 and 600 Thread Count Giza Cotton sheets are made with a strong interlocking weave to make them incredibly durable without sacrificing softness. They can withstand constant washing without pilling or losing their shape. Our high-quality cotton sheets last years and get softer with use and washing. Our Dream Hy-Luxe Performance Cotton/Poly blend hybrid sheets are woven with 70% combed cotton and the 30% polyester was added to make these wrinkle-free and extra durable. The hybrid sateen weave is durable and resistant to pilling. This material also repels liquid, so cotton blend sheets are less likely to develop stains from spills and accidents. In terms of care, cotton/poly blend sheets are low maintenance and easy to wash. Plus, cotton hybrid sheets are more resistant to wrinkles than 100% cotton.
  • What is Thread Count?
    Thread count refers to the number of threads woven per square inch of fabric. Thread count is simply the sum of the horizontal yarns added to the vertical yarns in one single square inch of fabric. But higher count sheets don’t always mean better fabric. The yarn weight is also an important factor. Before attempting to weave any type of fabric we always have to ask the question what is the final fabric finish we are looking to achieve. What’s the fabric weight and what’s the density. For example if we are looking to make a 300 thread count fabric best yarns to use are combed 60s and combed 40s and we need 174 vertical yarns (warp) with 126 horizontal yarns ( weft) for each square inch. If you add both yarns total is 300, which is your thread count. To weave a 600 thread count , we must use half the size of the yarns we used to make our 300, we need 120s yarns to replace 60s and we need 80s to replace our 40s ( the higher the number the thinner the yarn). In Today’s market most textile manufacture are after profit and won’t pay much attention to which yarns are used to make what. For example, they may use 60s yarns or 60s & 80s to make and not combed yarns, to make 600 thread count sheets which will result in cheap fabric. So it’s more important to choose the correct yarn weight based on the thread count and the weave you want. Dreamweave offers 300, 600, and 650 Thread Count sheet sets. We use only premium combed long staple cotton yarns. We use 60 and 40 weight for the 300 Thread Count, and 120 and 80 weight for our 600 and 650 Thread Count, resulting in the creation of only highest quality Cotton fabrics.
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