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    I've just done a count in my head - 11!

    Not all of them are in our regular rotation though.

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    Default how many quilt cover sets do you have?

    I can't even count! I go crazy when they are on sale!

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    if your getting a king size i recommend getting a super king quilt it hangs over the edge then and you can snuggle into it! we have two and 2 fitted sheets only just upgraded!

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    Default how many quilt cover sets do you have?

    thanks for the tip monnie, i havnt seen a super king in the shops yet. whetr di you het them from?

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    Too many. My mum works for Sheridan and my dad wont let her bring any more in to the house - so she buys them for me.

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    4, need new ones tho

    Really you only need 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raising Leprechauns View Post
    Too many. My mum works for Sheridan and my dad wont let her bring any more in to the house - so she buys them for me.


    Send some my way!! lol

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    I recommend keeping them - that way you and hubby can have one each on the bed at the same time. No more fighting over the quilt.

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    Default how many quilt cover sets do you have?

    Too many
    My bed probably 6 or 7
    Kids beds at least 10 each
    Dss about 4

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    For our bed (Queen) we have 8 doona covers, all with two matching pillow cases. We've got 4 sets of plain pillow cases for our bed. 4 Queen fitted sheets.

    The kids bedding....we've got soooo many. I think there's around 15 doona covers with matching pillow cases (2 single beds, one spare single bed). We have a few relatives who have handed down their older boys bedding, it's great. There are 8 Single fitted sheets. Pretty handy having lots for the kids. Oh, cot sheets....i honestly don't know, about 6 i think.

    My linen cupboard is a mess


 

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