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Spun sheets make making bed hassle free
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Aug '17
Spun sheets have launched a crowdfunding campaign which has been more than 200 per cent funded within the first day on Kickstarter. The innovative bed sheets include a re-designed top sheet that quickly fits in place and has an extra-long bottom flap that folds under so it never comes untucked, making loose sheets and messy corners a thing of the past.

With its new revolutionary sleeping and bed-making experience, the Spun sheet design removes the hassle of inefficient hospital corners, so making beds is quicker and easier than ever before.

“Nobody enjoys making the bed, so we knew there was a problem that needed to be solved...and the design of bed sheets hasn’t been improved for decades,” said Spun co-founder London Sutherland. “We have worked tirelessly to create better sheets, starting with the function of the sheet, so it’s easy to make a bed. We also use premium materials for the ultimate comfort. There is no detail we haven’t thought of.”

“Spun sheets are made from super soft, premium quality cotton that stands the test of time,” said co-founder Chloe Reynolds. “We all know that putting sheets on your bed is not fun or easy. Our goal was to offer an efficient design that takes the hassle out of making your bed.”

Spun sheets are made with five factors that define a remarkably soft sheet at the forefront: thread count, cotton type, fibre length, thread thickness and weave. Spun sheets incorporate all five of these factors to construct the ideal fabric. Spun sheets are Oeko-Tex certified, which means they are free of harmful chemicals.

These have extra-long bottom flap, sturdy grippy elastic on fitted sheet, directional tags for easy bed making, envelope pillowcase, 100 per cent long staple Supima cotton, 500 thread count, fine yarn count threading and sateen weave. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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