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    Default how many quilt cover sets do you have?

    random question but we are getting a new bed. going from queen to king size so new bedding needed and i am going to discard about 7 quilt cover sets - eek!!

    how many do you have?

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    Only 3 doona covers
    4 fitted sheets
    4 flat sheets
    About 20 pillow cases (we have 6 pillows in our bed)

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    Default how many quilt cover sets do you have?

    1 for each bed we have.

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    Default how many quilt cover sets do you have?

    We have 2 queen beds and probably 6 doona cover sets.

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    2 for each bed

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    2 sets at the moment. About to get a third to match the feature wall colour at our new place. I have king size doonas on our queen beds. Otherwise it's a fight for the blanket in winter! Haha.

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    A billion. I think they breed.

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    Default Re: how many quilt cover sets do you have?

    Um... for our bed we have 5 (king size) and 6 sheet sets.

    For my boys beds I have 15 covers and 8 sheet sets. A lot I know, I have a bit of an obsession and the sheet sets are because I have 2 in single beds and DS2 was wetting through his nappy every single night until a month ago, so we needed to have quite a few.

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    Default how many quilt cover sets do you have?

    Four, but I only use two.

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    3 doona covers but one is getting very threadbare. I'm very excited about buying another one, just wish DH would let me have something lovely and bright with lots of colour.

    he just likes neutrals or something with a tiny bit of red. But I want colour. Might just go out and buy something and live with his whinging about it every time it's on the bed!


 

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