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    http://www.kmart.com.au/product/cot-quilt/616305

    Not sure on dimensions as it does not say. Yay for big boy bed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    http://www.kmart.com.au/product/cot-quilt/616305

    Not sure on dimensions as it does not say. Yay for big boy bed!
    Thanks! I'll need to look at it id say. Fingers crossed its bigger than the one I posted before lol I really regret buying this cover for him even though he loves it. Such a difficult thing!

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    Good question. I've never seem them anywhere. But from your picture it says cot/toddler quilt so why not a cot quilt

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    Had a google. Amazon has it. I think ebay might. Tried fishpond but their site is out of order (but seems like they might have it). It definitely is a strange sizing for Australian stores!

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    It is an odd size! Good luck!

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    Standard cot size in Australia and the US seems to be around 90 x 120cm, however the British sites sell them in 120 x 150cm, which is a PITA because the toddler quilt covers sold here all seem to be 120 x 150cm.

    I found these, not sure if they deliver to Australia or not.

    http://www.tesco.com/direct/junior-c...&source=others

    http://www.mothercare.com/Mothercare...efault,pd.html

    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Produc...tm#pdpFullDesc

    http://www.thewhitecompany.com/help/duvet-size-chart/

    http://au.johnlewis.com/browse/baby-...quilts/_/N-8ga

    There are heaps more, I googled cot duvet insert 120 x 150 cm to get the above.

    ETA, failing that, Ikea seem to have the biggest I can find in Australia at 125 x 110.

    http://www.ikea.com/au/en/catalog/products/00262087/

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    Thanks for the links! It must be British sizing. How strange! I wonder if the place I bought it gets stock from overseas. Might avoid buying things like that from them again or I'll make sure to look at sizing properly lol. The other stuff I've bought is fine, I've found a blanket (just a basic one I use on the lounge) fits well enough. It's 110x150 so I've put that in it for now and I'll let him use his normal quilt that he loves under it.
    We were planning to wait until it warmed up a bit because he uses a sleeping bag but figure we will go without the bag and let him give it a shot.
    Thank you everyone for your help! I'm going to keep an eye out for a comforter of similar size, I may even just buy online.

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    And just to add to it.. Pillowcase is not a normal size either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Thanks for the links! It must be British sizing. How strange! I wonder if the place I bought it gets stock from overseas. Might avoid buying things like that from them again or I'll make sure to look at sizing properly lol. The other stuff I've bought is fine, I've found a blanket (just a basic one I use on the lounge) fits well enough. It's 110x150 so I've put that in it for now and I'll let him use his normal quilt that he loves under it.
    We were planning to wait until it warmed up a bit because he uses a sleeping bag but figure we will go without the bag and let him give it a shot.
    Thank you everyone for your help! I'm going to keep an eye out for a comforter of similar size, I may even just buy online.
    I kept both my kids in their sleeping bags when they moved to a big bed and just used sheets initially. You could always do that and just have the empty cover on top for him to snuggle under? It takes them a while to figure out not to kick their blankets off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    I kept both my kids in their sleeping bags when they moved to a big bed and just used sheets initially. You could always do that and just have the empty cover on top for him to snuggle under? It takes them a while to figure out not to kick their blankets off.
    Maybe that wouldn't be such a bad idea. He is terrible with blankets. He's always kicking them off. Did u have any trouble with your kids getting up and tripping over? DS has never attempted to walk in his sleeping bag lol all I worry about is he will fall over trying to get to our room and whack his head on the tiles (probably unlikely! But still a thought)


 

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