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Promoted item:All For You-2 PC quilted pillow shams- standard size-embroidery

All For You-2 PC quilted pillow shams- standard size-embroidery

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About Pillow Sham

It almost seems like you have to be a bedding expert to know how to buy a set of sheets nowadays, or even just to find the right coverings for your pillows. What is the difference between a pillowcase and a pillow sham, anyway? Here are the basics. A pillowcase and a pillow sham are both coverings for your pillows. They protect them from dirt and dust, although a sham adds more of a decorative element to your bedding. The basic difference between the two is their construction. A pillowcase is open on one end, allowing the pillow to slide through horizontally. A pillow sham has an 'envelope' opening, in which the back of the sham features overlapping leaves of fabric (creating a 'flange' of space when pulled apart) that can be stretched to insert your pillow. The flap then closes to hold the pillow neatly inside.The advantage of a sham is that it can fit odd sized or square pillows easier, with less extra fabric surrounding the pillow. Shams are often decorated with frilly edges or embellishments that would not work on a standard pillowcase because of the need for one end to be open. Pillow shams are largely decorative in nature. Typically, they are only used for dressing a bed, not actually for sleeping. They can often feature beading, embroidery, cording, or lace that make them highly uncomfortable for your face and head to rest against. Because they are primarily used for decoration, you'll find them in fabrics that range from velvet to silk to tweed.