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Photo shoot at Harvey Norman Thomastown, MelbourneKelly and Windsor had a photo shoot to update our library of Alpaca bedding quilts, doonas, pillows and underblankets which was definitely overdue as our photo library was looking pretty tired and needed a major update. Thanks to Michael, proprietor of Harvey Norman Thomastown for allowing us to use his store display, Rob Pignolet of Waterfront Pictures for the camera skills and Ashley, our young model for the morning's photo shoot.The results were stunning with lots of new photos of our alpaca bedding collections, which will..
The choice of quilt cover fabric is crucial for purpose and quality!The choice of quilt cover fabric by quilt manufacturers is an important decision relative to appearance, softness, handle and the overall performance of the finished quilt. Unfortunately, cost is all too often a major factor in fabric choice for lower quality quilts. The use of a poor quality or inappropriate cover fabric can have a major effect on the performance of quilt.Kelly & Windsor only sources and uses the finest premium quality cover fabrics in the manufacture of our luxury alpaca and wool quilts. To..
Alpaca Bamboo Quilts - Two new versions added to our collection. Alpaca Bamboo 300 quilts The new Alpaca Bamboo 300 quilt is designed for all year round comfort. A medium weight quilt which is luxuriously soft and comfortably warm. This quilt is best suited for those sleepers who want a lighter weight for comfort in summer and in mild winters. The Alpaca Bamboo 300 quilt is filled with a single layer of 300 grams per square metre blend of 50% alpaca fleece and 50% bamboo fibre. Alpaca Bamboo 600 quilts The new Alpaca Bamboo 600 quilt is a super warm quilt..
A common question is: What is the blanket warmth of this quilt?It's a quaint expression used uniquely in the Australian bedding retail sector. The question is asking bedding manufacturers to provide an indication of a quilt's warmth by comparing their various quilts to the number of equivalent wool blankets needed to provide the same warmth.The problem with such a measure is that nobody knows what the average warmth is of any blanket. The term is thought to originate from the relative warmth of a World War II army blanket, however, no one then ..
Why are alpaca fleece quilts so good?There are several parts to answer this question - In bed quilts and doonas, alpaca fleece is an ideal filling material -It is a natural bio degradable fibre which is environmentally friendlyMoisture absorbent - Alpaca fleece can absorb up to 30% of its own weight, to keep your dry and warm and cool in summerHigh tensile strength - durability and long lifeLanolin free, and therefore not requiring chemical scouring to clean the fibreNon allergenic - chemical free with little odourNaturally flame retardantFeatures & Benefits of Alpaca fleece quilts an..