Turquoise Pillowcase

$27.00 $34.00

About This Product:

Your Canadian Down & Feather Company pillow and this pillowcase make the perfect pair!

The dimensions of the cover match those of your CDFC pillow for a precise fit. The cotton fabric is 300 thread count, single-ply, percale weave, which makes for a light, breathable material that can stand up to many washes. The envelope closure provides coverage for your pillow on all sides.

This product is packaged sustainably with recyclable, biodegradable and water-soluble materials.


  • Envelope Closure: Envelope style pillowcase keeps the pillow covered on all sides.
  • 300 Thread Count Percale: 300 thread count percale weave provides the optimal balance of light weight and durability
  • 100% Cotton: Fine cotton allows the pillow to breathe
  • Easy Care: May machine wash and dry regularly
  • Guaranteed Quality: Guaranteed against manufacturing defects for 1 Year
  • OEKO-TEX Standard 100 Certified
  • Imported

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    Standard20" x 26"
    Queen 20" x 30"
    King20" x 36"

    Your product is ready to use upon receipt!

    This product should be stored in a dry and well-ventilated closet or room when not in use.

    Cleaning Instructions:

    * Machine wash in cold water with like colours. 

    * Tumble dry on low heat.

    * Iron on low, if desired. Wrinkling is expected after washing high quality cotton products.

    * Do not bleach.

    The fabric of your cover is pre-washed. You may find shrinkage of less than 5% after washing. A small amount of shrinkage will not negatively affect the fit of the product. 


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    • Is the turquoise pillow case a light blue turquoise, a darker blue turquoise or more of a green turquoise? On my screen it looks like more of a green hue.

      These things are somewhat subjective, but I would say it's a medium to light teal. Pantone 2460C for reference. Whether it appears more blue or green in your home will probably depend on the surrounding colours! I would characterize the colour as more of a greenish blue than a blueish green, but it's a pretty good balance of both.

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