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    Do you have the top sheet 'upside down' as in like face down? (So when you fold over the top bit it is the right way up?)
    I know on our sheets (1000 tc not sure if all sheets are the same) the top of the sheet is a different texture that grips the flat sheet when it's this way. Otherwise it would slip too.

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    Tuck in the sheets is the only option if you want to stop falling off the bed.

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    You must be kicking the blanket/doona down in the night. I used to have the same issue...drove me crazy! Have a bed frame now with a higher bed end

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    Sounds like you are kicking off the blankets during the night... nothing can fix that unfortunately!

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    Arghh this drives me crazy too! The sheets arnt the problem its the doona and the worst part is when the inside of the doona falls down but the quilt cover stays up lol it makes me want to go back to a bed frame rather than an ensemble sometimes!!

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    Hi

    I have the same problem. Every night the donation slowly slides off the end of my bed. In summer time the folder doona completely disappears off the end. I was hoping someone had thought of something to prevent this annoying problem. I have no room at the end of my bed for a bed foot or a blanket box. I have thought about putting a child safety rail at the end but it's not very stylish. Maybe with some modification it might be a winner. If you find out about an existing product similar, I would be very interested.

    thanks
    Kazza

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