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    Default how many quilt cover sets do you have?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3cats1pug View Post
    I have a king too and had to update our bedding stuff when we got it 2 yrs ago.
    I found king bed stuff quite expensive so i got 2 doona covers, 2 fitted sheets, 8 pillow covers I think and one quilt throw (use this in summer instead of a doona).
    It is! I can't sleep with anything but cotton I'm a bit of a sheet queen I guess! Yesterday I got a super king set including cases (rare at sheet stores I find) for $120 reduced from $260

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    We have three quilt cover sets each with two sets each with two sets of sheets to go with them. Plus a winter blanket for each set. Also we have a summer Donna inner and winter one. We definatly have more than we need......

    Edit we have a king bed.

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    I actually have no idea... 5+... Lol. I love bed linen!

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    2 fitted sheets, 2 quilt covers and plenty of pillow cases which all go together reasonably well. We also have some spare bedding (flat sheets, blankets etc.) which get used when the weather suits.

    Edit: 2 quilts. A light one and a heavy winter one.


 

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