Each size has pillows that are commonly used with it, and the Queen Pillow Cases are intended to fit pillows that are used on queen-size bed.
Beds come in different sizes; each size bed has its own name. There are special sizes made for very young children, but the standard bed sizes start with twin, which is bed made for one person. The next size larger is the double bed, which can sleep two but is often used for one person, followed by the queen, which is wider than the double. The largest of the regular bed sizes is the king, which provides plenty of room for two people.
Normally the Queen Pillow Cases are sized just little bit larger than queen pillow, so that it will fit over the pillow easily.
The description of Queen Pillow Cases almost always includes the material it is made from and the thread count. Cotton is by far the most common material used, since it is both comfortable and absorbent. Man-made microfiber is also popular material as it is very smooth and allows air to pass freely through the fabric.
Normally the queen pillow cases are sized just little bit larger than queen pillow, so that it will fit over the pillow easily. The width is not much different from the actual width of queen pillow. The length of the pillow case is usually few inches longer than the pillow to ensure that the end of the pillow is adequately covered.
The thread count refers to how many threads are in square inch (2.54 cm) of the material. Typical thread counts range from about 200 to 1,000, though sometimes the numbers may be even higher. queen pillow cases manufacturer may claim that higher thread count cases are softer and more comfortable. According to some experts, it is almost impossible for the average person to feel any difference in quality above thread count of 400.