Fitted, with Quilted or Unquilted Tongues
Fitted bedspreads with open corners require a gusset. This may be quilted or un-quilted. Contrasting fabrics may also be used. Properly made gussets should be no less than 18” wide. This is also called a “tongue”.
Corner similar to gusset style fitted but the sides are joined to the foot drops.
Side seam flows (or “falls”) over the foot of the bed into the drop instead of the corner traditionally used for a fitted spread.
Fabric is shown on both sides and quilted on both sides.