We use only long-staples cotton because it produces the longest, strongest and finest cotton fibres. In the case of cotton – a longer staple is a better staple.
Longer cotton fibre can be spun into stronger, finer yarns. And produce smooth and supple weaves.
Shorter cotton fibre can poke out of the weave, leading to a coarser, weaker fabric.
We exclusively use single-ply yarn because it produces the finest, strongest treads.
It can only be spun from long staple cotton, and result in light, soft, yet extremely long lasting sheets.
Multi-ply yarns are a group of weaker fibres twisted together to create a false strength. They use mostly lower-grade, shorter-staple cottons, which result in thicker, coarser and heavier threads.
The fine thread spun from single-ply, long staple cotton is responsible for the most sumptuous sheet. The finer the thread, the smoother, lighter and softer the resulting fabric.
By using single-ply, long-staple cotton, we are able to construct sheets using 30 and 60 yarn count threads, the finest for cotton bedding.
Thread count is the number of threads woven together in a square inch of fabric. As the thread count rises, the fabric becomes softer, denser & warmer.
A higher thread count does not necessarily mean a higher quality sheets.