. A rare brushing process for sateen or percale sheets. Barely noticeable and not overly warm or insulating like cotton flannel or microflannel sheets.
Each yarn is so delicate it must be paired with a second yarn to withstand the stresses of production. Within two-ply yarn the individual yarns flex independently to provide numerous benefits. As builders of suspension bridges (which utilize plied-steel cable) have long known, these include superior strength and flexibility.
Double-ply yarn is finer (thinner) than single-ply yarn so Hotel Me sheets are
than similar threadcount constructions. Heat and humidity can escape easier through larger gaps between the yarn.
Double-ply cotton yarn is also stronger than single-ply cotton yarn. Durable Hotel Me sheets easily bear the application of detailed embroidery patterns and
sustain wear and tear
better than 80% of cotton sheets with similar threadcounts.
Double-ply yarn is more flexible than single ply yarn. Hotel Me’s tight 400 threadcount weave counterbalances the yarn’s ultra-pliability. Hotel Me sheets rank
medium for drape
, similar to single-ply sheets with 300 threadcount.
Hotel Me’s forms smaller clusters of tangled fiber (pills) that are 50 percent smaller than most sheets that use single-ply yarn. Ranks in the top 25% of all pure cotton sheets for
long lasting smoothness
after constant laundering.
Hotel Me sheets rank within the
top 25% of sateen sheets for softness
.Combed cotton yarn ensures the softness is permanent and will not wash out.
Four different embroidery patterns
on flat sheets and pillowcases. All embroideries are colorfast for 100+ laundering or dry-cleaning cycles.The embroidery is applied to attached hems except the Garland pattern that is embroidered directly to the sheet or pillowcase.