Q: Is a blanket a type of bedding? ¶
Q: Are blankets sometimes used as comfort objects by small children? ¶
Q: Are blankets warmer and also relatively slow to burn compared to cotton? ¶
Q: Were blankets traditionally made of wool because of wool's warmth? ¶
A: Yes, and breathability and natural fire-retardant properties, while sheets were made of cotton or linen or silk, which are less irritating to the skin.
Q: Is a blanket often interchanged with comforter? ¶
A: Yes, and quilt, and duvet, as they all have similar uses.
Q: Are blankets generally used for warmth and comfort? ¶
A: Yes, while sheets are for hygiene, comfort and aesthetics.
Q: Are blankets thicker? ¶
A: Yes, even the thinnest blanket is thicker than the heaviest sheet.
Q: Are blankets smaller blankets? ¶
A: Yes, and often in decorative colors and patterns, that can be used for extra warmth and decoration on the outside of bed.
Q: Are blankets woven acrylic? ¶
A: Yes, and knitted polyester, mink, cotton, fleece and wool.
Q: Are blankets distinguished from bed sheets by their thickness and purpose? ¶