Bed sheets are a rectangular cloth used to cover a mattress and people sleeping in it. They are blades that normally reside between. In many places a second flat bed sheets are placed in the upper portion of the sheet covering the mattress. When a second sheet is used above is called the top sheet and the sheet covering the mattress is known as the lower blade of attack or “copied sheet” in some European countries. If the lower blade is presewn attack so that it fits on the mattress, is known as a sheet. Blankets, bedspreads / comforters / duvets, bedspreads and others are placed on top of the top sheet. Bed sheets come in two main varieties: cabinets or flat. A flat sheet is simply a rectangular fabric sheet, a sheet has its four corners, and sometimes two or four sides, equipped with elastic, is used only as a sheet below. In may also adjustable by means of a power cord to be elastic.
In general, a flat bed sheets are overclocked around the edges to form four coal seams. One of the seams is wider than the other three and assist in the orientation of the sheet correctly within the mattress. Couture is generally above the mattress. Sometimes the parties have no seams, but they finished with only the edge. To place a blade flat on a bed, a manufacturer has designed the printed side to be more flexible, and should be placed on the printed side of the bed ‘Down’. When folding the covers, it also allows the printed side to show for aesthetic purposes. When someone makes a bed, side with drawings or monogram of the top sheet is placed face down and the top edge is folded back towards the foot of the bed, exposing the design.
The quality of the bedding is often transmitted by the thread count – the number of threads per square inch of material. Generally, the higher the thread count, the softer the sheet, but the fabric and thread type can affect the “hand” of the material and a card with a lower number of threads can actually.