The type of quilt you use has a lot to do with how well you sleep. Are you waking up at night because you’re too hot or too cool? Do you play tug of war all night because your partner is a quilt-hogger? We understands the most important aspects of buying a new quilt are getting the right size and distinguishing between the properties of different fills and matching them to your needs.


Australian quilts are manufactured in the following sizes:

single bed                                140 x 210 cm              king bed                                  245 x 210 cm

king single bed*                      180 x 210 cm              super king bed                        270 x 240 cm

double bed                              180 x 210 cm              mega king bed                                    330 x 330 cm

queen bed                               210 x 210 cm

* quilts are not manufactured in a specific king single bed size – a double bed quilt is used.

When choosing your quilt, remember to take the depth of your mattress into consideration. The quilt needs to be big enough to accommodate the overhang, that is, the quilt should hang sufficiently over the mattress to completely cover the mattress sides, but not so much that it drags on the floor.

For the deep walled and lofty pillowtop mattresses, we recommend one size up, for example, a king size quilt on a queen bed.



All Logan & Mason down & feather quilts use a boxed cassette construction (see left). Individual squares are sewn through the fill to keep it all in place. This in turn provides an even distribution of fill so the quilt will wrap around you more easily and eliminate any cold spots.


Different fills have different properties including varying degrees of warmth, comfort, hypo-allergenic qualities and easy care ability.



A totally natural product, down and feather is harvested commonly from duck and geese. The feathers are from the wings and back of the bird and add loft and weight to the quilt. Down is the soft, fluffy plumage from the chest area and is a natural insulator. Each down cluster contains thousands of filaments that intertwine, forming air pockets that keep cold out and warmth in. Natural feather fillings are light, soft, warm and resilient. An increase in down content adds extra softness, more warmth with less weight.



Wool is not just for winter. In fact, the natural properties of wool make it a suitable quilt filling all year round. Wool does not conduct heat, rather it maintains the body at an even temperature, aiding undisturbed sleep. Wool can absorb up to 30% of its own weight in moisture without feeling damp. Heavier than feather and down, the crimp of wool fibres will bounce back after you sit or lie on it, maintaining an even loft.



Microfibre is a modern synthetic fabric. The ultra-thin fibres create quilts that are super soft, light weight, long lasting and easy care. The filling is air blown into the quilt casing, promoting good loft and softness. Microfibre is designed to emulate the characteristics and feel of down but with the added benefit of easy maintenance. Often preferred by allergy sufferers and children as they are dust mite resistant and machine washable.


50/50 Down & Feather Quilt                    Pure New Wool Quilt                                Microfibre Quilt