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Part of our Collezione Organica, this Organic Cotton Fiore Bedding was created exclusively for Gaiam in Italy by a manufacturer with the highest quality and environmental standards. Flat sheet and duvet cover feature red blossoms on a natural background and coordinating quilt has natural blossoms on a red background. Fitted sheet does not have a print.

Organic Cotton Fiore Bedding Features:
  • Delicate floral pattern
  • Warm and breathable
  • Soft-to-the-touch 220 thread-count bedding
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100% Organic Cotton

Machine wash warm and dry. Do not bleach. Quilt is commercial machine wash recommended with cold water and line or air dry. Dry or spot cleaning also acceptable.

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We did not produce shams for this bedding. All of the pillows on the bed have pillowcases with the sheet set print.
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The dyes as well as the entire organic process are certified by either a Swiss or Dutch company depending on the item.
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Low impact dyes are used on this bedding.
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When the fibers aren't processed as much as conventional cotton the thread count doesn't need to be as high because the threads are of a higher quality to begin with. I have felt 600 thread count sheets that aren't nearly as soft as our sateen bedding.
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I don't believe so. I make sure to use a dryer sheet, and they don't come out very wrinkly at all.
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If you want any organic sheets to be completely flat then yes they will need to be ironed as they are not treated with any wrinkle reducers. Usually as long as you pull them out of the dryer while they are warm they aren't to wrinkly. If you let them cool in the dryer they will likely need to be ironed.
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