Plaid bedding consist of a fabric or sheath that incorporates a feather, down or polyester synthetic fiber filling that generally goes with the pillow. The duvet cover differs from the quilt in the thickness of the filling, In which they are removable, and therefore do not wash directly but you have to remove the filling first, and in that the corners of the bed will never be perfect, but as “floating”, unlike quilts or quilts that do mark the 90 degrees in the corners.
Quilts comforter: Made of one piece, take the stuffing scattered around the quilt as a whole, and usually incorporate a button at the bottom to buckle to the side hanging on both sides of the mattress for the plaid bedding snaps into place. Comforters with ruffles: They carry the filling only in the upper part (the one that shelters the bed), leaving the fabric of the sides without batting so that the bed is better dressed.
In addition to these two types, we can hear about the adjustable plaid bedding (also called Nordic sack , especially for children’s beds that fits the mattress as if it were a sheet to protect children from uncovering themselves when moving), and the Nordic quilt , which is just another way of naming the Nordic case .