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    Default Target bedding: ANY GOOD?

    Hi,

    Yesterday I lay byed a quilt cover, quilt, decorative pillow, fitted sheet etc set from Target for my DD's upcoming new 'big' bed.

    Has anyone used the target sleep linens? Are they good quality?

    This bundle seemed like a good deal after looking at the prices of things individually.

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    I think it depends on the thread count. I generally find that the higher the thread count, the better they wash and wear and last.

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    Default Target bedding: ANY GOOD?

    Thread count is important I use 250 on the kids and they love the Target linen. It doesnt pill or anything either.

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    The target linen i have is great quality but not sure if all of it is, like others said depends on the thread count.

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    I've used their 250 (I think - I bought it so long ago!) thread count fitted sheets for years and years - they last so well. I recently got some Lorraine Lea sheets/quilt cover with the same threadcount and I prefer the Target for colourfastness and smooth feel - especially considering the price difference!!

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    DD1 (13yrs) got one of those sets like that from Target (The Owl one) for her birthday a few months ago and she is happy with it. Seems pretty good quality to me and the quilt feels nice.

    eta: And I always buy my sheet sets from target. (250 thread count) No problems with them.
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