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Napkins: Cloth vs Paper? I like the feel of a cotton napkin than a paper napkin. Plus, why create waste when you can reuse
Dot and Army By Jennifer Zamudio
Home textiles is $19.44 billion in annual retail sales (2013)
Sheets are generally the first item purchased when shoppers buy home textiles. Because of style and fashion, the next purchase is generally a coordinated comforter, duvet or quilt. Blankets, decorative pillows, rugs, throws, curtains, pillows and mattress pads — all coordinate with sheets.