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    Default Do you put a cover on your Doona?

    Nope never, craps me off because I always loose the doona in the cover, I don't use a top sheet either as I find it difficult to keep DDs face clear with it flapping around. If I know someone special is coming over I'll make the bed and throw the quilt cover over the top of the doona but I always rip it off before getting into bed.

    I wash the quilt every couple of weeks, nothing better than a toasty warm quilt out the dryer

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    Always.

    It's like putting a pillow case on a pillow, just something you do haha

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    Always in a cover

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    Default Re: Do you put a cover on your Doona?

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Reason I ask is I recently watched a video and the lady making the bed put fitted and flat sheet on the bed then doona (without cover) and then a light blanket to keep doona clean. I thought it was a great idea cause it saves having to muck about with doona covers etc and the doona stays sandwiched between sheet and blanket on top.

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    I do this. I used to always use a cover but DH kept complaining about it not staying put so one night I left it off and it hasnt gone back on since It works really well.

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    Default Re: Do you put a cover on your Doona?

    I always use a cover, but I want to stitch ribbons into the corners, and onto the corner of the doona, so its easier to get on, and stays put. Its on my to do list... For a while... I'll get to it one day ha ha

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