QUILTED PATTERNS

Quilted patterns have the ability to add flavor to bedding or remain incognito. Below, the five most common quilted patterns are displayed and analyzed.

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Channel

Simple and stable, this pattern is available in one inch increments between 3โ€ and 6โ€ for varied spacing between channels, not recommended for fabric patterns with straight lines as quilt pattern and print pattern will rarely align.

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Box

This non-directional pattern lends itself to use on both the top and bottom of the bed, although smaller configurations may be available our standard spacing is 6โ€, 8โ€ or 10โ€, also not recommended for use with fabric patterns with straight lines as quilt pattern and print pattern will rarely align.

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Box on Tilt

More popular than the diamond, this pattern keeps all four sides of the box equal length for consistent spacing and fill within the pattern, identical to our box pattern simply angled on point for a slight decorative twist, available in 6โ€, 8โ€ or 10โ€ configurations.

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Single Onion

A pattern that has stood the test of time by providing both aesthetic and operational value, allows for open areas of rise for interior fill while simultaneously securing all layers in place throughout years of laundering, standard offering is 3โ€ high and 6โ€ wide pattern.

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Double Onion

For all the same reasons the single onion remains our most popular pattern to date, the double onion simply adds visibility and stability, standard offering is 3โ€ high and 6โ€ wide pattern.

We hope this blog post about quilted patterns is helpful for youโ€”especially during your next renovation! Download our Quilted Pattern card to easily access these patterns at a later time.