For the record

  • The American Textile Manufacturers Institute is participating in the testing of testing for flammability standards for bedcoverings with funding for the tests.

The Home Fashion Products Association is not involved in the testing nor funding. The story on page 4 of March 26 indicated that HFPA was testing the bedcoverings.

  • In the same issue, Echo was mistakenly included as part of Revman Industries' Laura Ashley licensed collection. Echo is a separate licensed collection that will offer two sheet sets, Devon and Verona, as part of its introductions. Both patterns will be offered as complete bagged bed ensembles with 200-count, 100 percent cotton sheeting. Devon will feature long-stem watercolor red roses while architectural and ornamental borders will be stressed on Verona.

  • Also in the same issue, captions accompanying two photos on Welspun executives incorrectly identified Balkrishan Goenka, managing director, and Rajesh Mandawewala, executive director. They are:

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