About this item
Refresh your bedroom with the Industrial Shop Solid Charcoal Twin Quilt and Sham Set. Employing a decorative x-stitch quilting pattern on a warm charcoal ground, this quilt will perfectly complement your bedroom décor and add a touch of simple elegance. This 68"x86" quilt is paired with one matching 20"x26" standard sham to complete the Twin Quilt Set. 100% cotton, Machine washable, this quilt is an essential addition to your bedroom.
Number of Pieces: 2
Includes: 1 Sham, Twin Quilt
Piece 1 Type: Quilt, Quantity: 1
Piece 1 Dimensions: 88 inches (W) x 66 inches (L)
Piece 2 Type: Pillow sham, Quantity: 1
Piece 2 Dimensions: 36 inches (W) x 20 inches (L)
Dry clean: Do not dry clean
Fill Material: 100% Polyester
Textile Material: 100% Cotton
Style: Quilt bedding sets
Sheet Features: Quilt stitching
Pattern: Quilted pattern
Textile construction: Plain weave
Thread Count: 170
Care and Cleaning: Machine wash & Tumble dry
Item Number (DPCI): 060-15-2324
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Most helpful positive reviews
Great Modern Quilt!
5 out of 5 stars
ericalw — 1 year ago
Love this quilt set! Its a great price and is exactly what I was looking for. My previous comforter was way too heavy and I needed something a bit lighter as well as modern. I wanted something that wasn't going to be super expensive as I wasn't sure I would like the weight of the quilt. I ended up r...see moreof the reviewer's review
Most recent reviews
5 out of 5 stars
SKooby — 5 days ago
Like it, handsome solid color. Only small "surprise" is a fairly prominent X stitch pattern that I didn't notice in the website photos but doesn't bother me. Comfy and a decent weight, light enough to keep on during the summer but layer with a blanket added underneath for winter.see moreof the reviewer's review
(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
Paddleboarder — 3 months ago
Where do I start? There were holes in it almost looking like a moth ate it. It was covered with chunks of white lint, and it had an unusual amount of long gray strings attached to it that were hooked to the X stitching. Total disaster. It is going back. It appears that as if it has been used for yea...