In 2017, one in five people had trouble finding a bedding that wasn’t made of fabric.
A new study shows how the fabric industry can help you find the best material for your new mattress.
A study by the fabric company Woolworths found that 70 percent of customers prefer soft, lightweight fabrics, while only 12 percent prefer heavy fabric.
The Woolworth’s study also found that most people use a combination of both soft and heavy fabrics for their bedding, so there’s no one “right” way to use them.
But when choosing a bed fabric, Woolworth says it’s important to select a fabric that’s both lightweight and soft enough to support your body while providing a firm, yet supportive support.
For example, some brands of polyester and fleece have been known to soften up as you sleep, but other brands such as hemp and cotton are known for their stability.
Here are the top 10 fabrics to use for bedding: Lace: Cotton is lightweight and strong enough to stand up to the rigors of a long night in the sun.
Its lightweightness helps it support the body while also providing a cozy, supportive feeling.
But its high level of elasticity can be a bit limiting if you don’t like the feeling of pulling your own weight.
It’s also a bit stretchy, so don’t be afraid to stretch out some fabric.
For some people, the Lace brand is a great choice.
For others, it’s a little too soft, or the fabric feels too flimsy.
For more on fabrics, check out our article on the top five fabrics for sleeping bags.
Hemp: The most popular bedding fabric, hemp has a soft feel and is incredibly stretchy.
The softness makes it perfect for people who like to sleep on their backs and sides, and for those who prefer to use the fabric on the back side.
It can also be used to create a comfortable, supportive bed for those with a wider back.
Cotton is another great choice, and can provide a more supportive, but not too stretchy bedding.
Polyester is a bit of a challenge, though.
The fabric can be somewhat stretchy if you have a narrow back, so try to avoid it if you’re looking for a light, lightweight bed.
If you’re worried about a soft, stiff fabric, check to see if you can find polyester-resistant fabric in the local fabric store.
Woolworth said the best choice for the fabric is hemp, which is both lightweight, soft, and sturdy enough to absorb shocks and knocks.
The company says its new Lace-approved hemp is available for sale in both sizes.
It also has its own line of hemp bedding called The Bed Beds that are made of high-density, polyester that is 100 percent cotton.
Polyesters are usually the best fabric for comfort, but if you prefer to stay lightweight and use less, you can use polyester for a cozy sleep, as long as you wash it every couple of days.