Tagged: Reversible sets

A Stitch in Time..

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Beautiful bed linen lifts me away from the world and gives my soul one more colour.  My most favourite, treasured set came from my Grandmother and I used to sleep in it as a child when we stayed at her beautiful thatched cottage in the country.  Now, even though it is faded and getting worn away, Charlie sleeps in it which is an utter joy because it represents a living link to the past.

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(The other side geometric)

But part of the love is not only the nostalgic memories and how soft the sheets are, but the design is just so edible and clever: The pillows, the duvet – even the fitted sheet and the sheet – have the choice of 2 contrasting patterns, one on each side: one flowery, one geometric.  What’s always amazed me is that the sheets are one printed piece of fabric yet when you look you never see the other pattern coming through, even now when they’re decades old.  And the two sides compliment and work together so fantastically allowing endless combinations and configurations. I’ve never found anything like them…until recently.

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A Company – The Secret Linen store – has just started offering sheets and duvets that are reversible.  And there’s more..

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They’ve used a single off-white warp throughout making every piece feel as though it’s from the same family, so even though each design can have a totally different look, it can all be mix and matched together to create you’re own aesthetic.

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And they send out free samples so you can see what you’re getting and check colours..

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Also the prices..they’re aiming for great designs and GREAT prices…from £30 for a double duvet? I likey.

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But possibly most exciting of all for me (see previous post) THERE’S A SIZE LABEL WOVEN INSIDE!!

Yaaaaaaaaaaaay!! At LAST!!!

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Maybe I can finally retire my beloved set before it falls to shreds…….and turn it into a quilt so it can continue giving joy and memories for generations to come.

Anyone know a good quilt maker??!

 

 

Laters, Kate x