Note: If your mattress is deeper than 12" (30 cm), you will need to go up a size. An 8" tuck is the minimum. For really deep mattresses, we have now introduced a seriously oversized sheet — 125" x 125"
Material: 100% Linen. Strong "Smooth"
twin 80" wide x 115"
full 94" wide x 115"
queen 100" wide x 120"
king 114" wide x 120"
cal king 114" wide x 125"
supersize 125" wide x 125"
Care: Machine wash with a small amount of gentle detergent, not Tide. Tumble dry on hot or medium, and remove from the dryer while still very slightly damp so wrinkles do not set. Shake the fabric out flat and smooth it with your hands. If you can dry outside, let fresh air and sun work their magic. Allowance is made for shrinkage.
Prompt service of an exceptional product during a difficult time.The deep fitted sheet covered the deep queen mattress and after reading some of the suggestions I chose the king size flat sheet instead of the queen size. It provides enough cover that hubby and I each have enough though the sheet goes to the floor on each side. I may order a queen flat next time for comparison,
My Rough Linen smooth sheets and pillowcases were well-worth waiting for. This queen-sized flat sheet in "natural" is my top sheet. (I wimped out and bought the fitted for the bottom sheet, rather than making all those corners.) . I have a queen platform bed with an eight-inch mattress and no box spring. The queen flat sheet comes down almost to the floor on both sides. There is plenty of length, too, to tuck under the mattress at the foot of the bed. Lying between two linen sheets with linen pillow cases for my head is a comfortable experience indeed. I doubt that I'll use my percale sets again--will probably just launder my Rough Linens and put them back on the bed. The more you use them and wash them, the softer they get. I dry them on a medium setting in the dryer and take them out immediately. They rumple but don't really wrinkle. Pricey but worth it. Highly recommended.