What are damask sheets?
damask sheets are known to be super cozy and soft, they come i all bed sizes including cribs. you can get them from bedbathstore they come in all kinds of colors and designs and also are threaded.
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What is difference between damask cotton sheets and sateen cotton sheets?
Damask sheeting and sateen sheeting are not necessarily mutually exclusive. They speak to different aspects of weaving yarn into sheets, and it is possible to achieve a damask sateen sheet. Damask refers to a pattern (typically a stripe, but other patterns can show up) where changes in the direction of the yarns being woven result in a directional change in the nap. It's like when you vacuum a rug - if you go back and forth over different sections of a short pile rug, the "back" stroke looks lighter (or darker) than the "forth" stroke. Just so, a damask weave results in a permanent alteration of the nap of the fabric, resulting in a pattern being "imprinted" on the sheet. "Sateen" is a type of weave, where there are two yarns going left-right for every yarn going up-down. A typical weave has one yarn going left-right and one going up-down. By doubling the number of yarns on one axis, you result in a smoother, silkier-feeling final product.