We believe we have the world’s best linen. To explain how they’re made, we have to delve into the fabric and weaving process. There are 6 key elements in our sheets.
The hand-picked, longer cotton fibers that are only found in Egyptian Cotton can be spun into stronger, finer yarns and produce extremely smooth and supple weaves. Shorter fibers can poke out of the weave, leading to a coarser, weaker fabric.
Our Oeko-Tex certification tests for harmful chemicals for you or the environment. All components of our product, without exception, comply with these standards. Some manufacturers use wrinkle free, non-iron or extra-soft labels which essentially means they are treated with chemicals to produce that effect, these chemicals are harmful to humans.
We only use single-ply yarn because it produces the finest, strongest threads. When you hear of 500+ thread count sheets, they are usually made by a group of weaker fibers twisted together to create a false thread count. They use mostly lower-grade, shorter-staple cottons, which result in thicker, coarser and heavier threads.