I use a comforter, sheets and a blanket.
my mom does
but i wouldn't ever use one
black sheets and a blanket that feels like it was made of teddy bear hides.
As someone already linked, comforters are what we term UK Quilts. Some people will also call them duvets. Quilts out here are more decorative (though depending on materials used could be used as a blanket), I know my mother enjoyed making them and hanging them around the house.
For sleeping though, I use one sheet to separate the mattress from me and then a comforter if its a cooler climate (in CA atm, that is certainly not the case so I sleep on top of it),
Sheets and a comforter. I use a quilt during the winter if it's a particularly cold night.
well now that the terminogy has been cleared up, here in the US a quilt is kind of a heavy blanket w/out much stuffing. comforters are generally more fluffy & have more synthetic materials.
I think I use it, people on here say a quilt is the same as a comforter...if so then most Americans I know use it. On my bed there is the thing that hugs the mattress (forgot its name), a sheet, the colorful thing (comforter)...are you telling me some people only sleep with just a sheet, literally never seen that. Then I have blankets I put at the end of bed for cold nights.
I sleep naked.. In the snow... With nothing. ABSOLUTELY... NOTHING!!!
OT : 1 comforter all year long, if its too hot in the summer, I use 1 thin sheet and nothing else.
Hardly ever. My grandma sews so we have a few, but they aren't used that much.
Sheets that cover the mattress, 1 sheet over that, (where you sleep under) and then a comforter on top, which is heavy. If its cold in the winter I will use extra blankets.
Sweeter than yo mama's apple pie.
I have a quilt on my bed right now. :S
I actually don't cover up at all. Don't like the feeling. If I get chilly, I just use pajama pants.
Mountains rise in the distance stalwart as the stars, fading forever.
Roads ever weaving, soul ever seeking the hunter's mark.
Yes I use a handmade quilt from my grandmother.