//Just a note for anyone who is wondering/the mods: an afghan is another term for a knitted/crocheted blanket.
You’re a crocheted, square afghan, striped with dark reds and navy blues with black as an accent color. You’re incredibly warm and trap heat easily. You fit a queen sized bed.
You’re a pilled fleece blanket, done in a solid maroon with a single, pale purple strip across it. The blanket is unbelievably soft. Nail polish splotches can be seen here and there, alongside the occasional bit of thread or glitter. You fit full size bed.
You’re a duvet, filled with small, white feathers. Your cover is a light pink, with blue butterflies drifting about. It’s fit for a twin sized bed, and has white pom-poms lining the sides.
You’re a crisp bedsheet, fit for a king size bed. You’re completely cream colored, with light green trip above and around the hem. If you look close enough, matching clovers can be seen on the sheet.
You’re a simple, anti-pill fleece blanket. You don’t have a specific color scheme: instead, the blanket is printed with comic book covers all printed in an overlapping fashion. You measure precisely 1 1/2 of a yard.
You’re a quilt, made for the winter seasons but used year-round because people love it so much. Your patches range in different colors, all in pastels, florals, and paisleys. The blanket isn’t very breathable but it’s still a popular favorite.
You’re a plush fleece blanket. Your hem happens to be stitched with two different settings - one a single-row stitch, straight as a stick, and the other a curving, zig-zag stitch. You’re done in electric blues and bubblegum pinks, and happen to be the favorite of younger girls.
You’re a knitted afghan, but instead of a standard print, an elderly woman has gone through the troubles to turn it into a beautiful scene filled with bears, trees, and a stream. It’s done in dark blues and greens, with an accompanying tan color.
You’re a calico quilt, showing lots of wear from a loving family. You’re done in cool, dark colors, like jade, navy, and pale blue. You’re striped instead of patched, and the outlining pieces are dark blue flecked with white in a sporadic pattern.
You’re a duvet cover, made from linen. Done in a mint-like color, there are light pink accent strips about it. White is the color of the bedsheet underneath, pulling the look together. There’s squiggly lace around the edges.
You’re a dark red quilt, but instead of being made out of a calico fabric, the patches on the blanket are large and erratic. The patches are made from cut-up band t-shirts, hanging proudly on the wall of a teenage boy’s bedroom.
You’re a detailed, anti-pill fleece quilt. Consisting of large patches, the blanket is made of fabric displaying multiple fandoms, such as Star Wars, Harry Potter, and others. Your owner loves you more than any other possession, for the blanket is seen to be falling apart at the seams.