Winter Warmth in Linen Colours. Well Done Bedthreads
Have just written words about the new Rust duvet cover and now to approve the [pale] terracotta sheets. Lovely. Again they washed beautifully and were most comfortable to sleep in, absolutely Goldilocks [not to hot, not to cold, just right!]
Just wish the flat K sheet had a wider seam at one end so I can sort top from bottom/sides, not always easy when fighting a large sheet when bed-making. It also gives a nice finish to the item and looks good when the bed is made --- we don't all want to live constantly with the rumpled/crumpled look. I'm probably alone in ironing pillowcases, but I do and your linen ones looked good and made no objection to a hot iron! I grew up with linen sheets and the pillowcases were always ironed and I still have an old one in the linen press.
An aside: on the laundry topic, I can't believe you had to write that article last month suggesting the weekly washing of sheets. Dear me, I suppose that's to be blamed on the passing of the 'weekly wash' day when at least one sheet on every bed [the bottom one, in the days of no fitted sheets] was washed.