Ex. 21.03: Down Comforters – Culture
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DOWN COMFORTERS. Norwegians usually sleep with a dyne (comforter/ duvet) instead of a blanket. The dyne is always covered by a dynetrekk (duvet cover) and washed as frequently as other bed linens. Norwegians usually have a heavier vinterdyne and a lighter sommerdyne. In larger beds where a couple sleeps, it is most common for each person to have their own dyne rather than one large one. Frequently, one sees dyner hanging from bedroom windows as a way to air them out.