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Make your bedroom your sanctuary with Northern Nights®, our signature brand of premium bedding. Indulge yourself with lofty featherbeds, cozy down comforters, fluffy pillows, high-thread-count bed linens, flannel sheets, and other items designed to surround you in luxury and comfort.
Care and Storage of Your Blanket
Here are some care and maintenance tips to help ensure your blanket lasts for years to come:
Down Blanket FAQs
What is fill power?
Fill power refers to the quality of the down in our down blankets. The higher number the fill power, the better the quality. Higher fill power down will loft better, stay fluffier, last longer, and insulate better. Because down acts like a natural insulator, it'll maintain your body's normal temperature by trapping air against the body. Higher fill powers can trap more air and thus also look fluffier.
Why do we use closed construction in our blankets?
Closed constructions lock the fill in place so our down blankets are low maintenance — they require no adjusting and less shaking.
What is thread count?
Thread count is the number of threads that are contained in one square inch of fabric. Higher thread count fabrics are woven with finer yarns. They're softer, more luxurious, more durable, and more breathable. They're also the lightest, maximizing the down's ability to loft.
How can I spot clean the fabric?
To spot clean the blanket's fabric, use a mild soap or spot remover to gently rub or dab the soiled area. Be careful not to damage the fabric by scrubbing or rubbing harshly. Rinse with water, then dry the spot by hand with a hairdryer. To ensure that the fabric is completely dry, fluff it in the dryer. Not drying the fabric and down thoroughly will result in mildew.
How can I use my blanket?
Offering the luxury of a down comforter with less weight, these blankets are very versatile. Your down blanket is oversized and will drape nicely on the bed. You can tuck it in around the mattress, layer it with a favorite comforter or quilt, or use it alone as a bed covering. The extra drape will outfit your bed beautifully. Blankets are also wonderful in the family or living room when you need something for extra warmth while watching television or reading at night. They can be used camping, in the car for long trips, on sleepovers, or even at ball games. The possibilities are endless. They offer the luxury of a down comforter with less weight.
When it comes to getting the most out of your bedding, understanding construction is key. Reference the helpful guide below for important terminology.
Baffling: This construction type uses sewn-in cloth "walls" to keep the fill in your bedding in place.
Sewn-through Boxes: Constructed by sewing horizontal and vertical stitches into a comforter’s top and bottom layers, these boxes keep fill from clumping.
Channels: Created by sewing the top and bottom layers of the comforter together, channels use horizontal or vertical columns to keep fill in place.
Diamond Stitch: This stitching pattern locks fill in place for a low-maintenance design that provides a polished look for the bed.