When the nights turn cooler, nothing beats the cozy softness of slipping into flannel sheets. Crafted of pure cotton, our flannel sheets are offered in a wide variety of solid hues and original prints—from checks and stripes to florals and whimsical seasonal prints.
Flannel sheets are unbeatably warm in wintertime, so we tried to think of other critters who keep cozy when the temperature drops. Our Penguin Flannel Sheets render the Arctic birds in simple, tasteful sketches for an airy calm to your bedroom. Available in complete sheet sets, including duvet cover and sham.
Our 5-oz. Solid Flannel Bedding is offered in beautiful colors that range from soft neutrals to vibrant. The same sumptuous quality, with a twist: Velvet Lace Flannel Sheets are sewn with a pleasing lace-edged pattern that suggests the elegant bedding of yore.
Proving that flannel can be ultra-luxurious, our Legends® 6-oz. Solid Flannel Bedding is our coziest flannel yet. Thicker and warmer than our other flannel bedding, it is and ideal for the cold nights to come.
What is Flannel?
Renowned for its cozy softness and warmth, flannel is a woven cotton or wool fabric with a napped finish on one or both sides. Flannel undergoes a unique brushing process that lifts its fibers, creating a plush texture and tiny pockets that trap air for more insulating warmth. As a result, flannel is especially popular for bedding during the colder months.
How to Wash Flannel Sheets to Avoid Pilling:
Always wash your new flannel sheets in cold or warm water on the gentle cycle and add one cup of white vinegar to the rinse cycle without detergent to soften the fiber and preserve the color.
Dry your flannel sheets on warm or medium heat or remove it from the dryer when sheets are slightly damp. Also, do not dry the flannel sheets for too long and avoid dryer sheets as the excessive friction will cause the sheets to pill over time.
For the regular wash, repeat the process above with use less than the full recommended amount of detergent and a cup of white vinegar to the rinse cycle as a brightening agent. Don’t mix light colors with dark colors to prevent any discoloration.