Quilts are an essential part of your bedding that has existed since your grandmother’s times. They are covers with little or no filling and have various patterns stitched on them in patches.
Quilts come in vibrant colors and artistic designs. So, they can also serve a decorative purpose apart from covering you while sleeping. This blog will serve as a guide to quilt sizes so that you can get the perfect one for your bed.
The word quilt is related to the Latin word ‘culcita’ and was first used in 13th century England. Quilts were quite popular in medieval times, in Europe as well as Mughal India. They were treasured heirlooms preserved for generations.
Apart from quilts for beds, the technique of quilting has also been used to make clothing. After all, quilts are comfortable in all seasons for their soft and light feel.
With the advance in technology, the quality of quilts improved and they could get manufactured on a larger scale. However, the endless emotions attached to an old quilt knit by your grandmother remain.
|Type||Mattress Sizes (Inches)||Quilt Sizes (Inches)|
|Toddler/ Crib||27” X 52”||36” X 60”|
|Youth||33” X 66”||54” X 78”|
|Twin/ Single||39” X 75”||70” X 90”|
|Twin XL||39” X 76”||70” X 90”|
|Queen||60” X 80”||90” X 95”|
|King||76” X 80”||108” X 95”|
|Californian King||72” X 84”||102” X 100”|
Quilt batting is the filling in your quilt to make it warm and heavy. You can also have quilts without batting. But, having them can be a lifesaver in winters.
Here are the quilt batting sizes for the standard quilt dimensions.
Now that you know the standard quilt sizes for beds, you can buy the perfect one to go with your cozy bed. Buying the right quilt will complement your room decor, and you will get lured to jump into your bed every night.