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waltermittymissus Thu 29-Aug-13 19:00:36

A couple of years ago they had bedding in Penneys (Primark) but they'd bloody well sold out before I got them.

Where will I get cheap and cheerful ones?!

AnneUulmelmahay Thu 29-Aug-13 19:02:15

Last yr next had some super dooper advent style duvets, spenny but fun.

Kelly281 Thu 29-Aug-13 19:02:19

H&M had nice sets last year which were inexpensive. Next had a slightly dearer version too.

AnneUulmelmahay Thu 29-Aug-13 19:02:46

Duvet cover sets I mean

waltermittymissus Thu 29-Aug-13 19:05:53

Great, I'll keep my eye out thanks!

70isaLimitNotaTarget Thu 29-Aug-13 22:50:23

My DC have fleece blankets that we put over their normal bedding for Christmas week.
We got ours from Lakeland Limited years ago but they've got some on Ebay or try Dunelm Mill?
Wash and dry quickly and easier to store.
(I'd love Christmas bedding but DH would be hmm )

girlywhirly Fri 30-Aug-13 07:32:43

The Dunelm Christmas fleece blankets are lovely, there are a few to choose from. We have a couple of the gingerbread cookie ones which we put on cream chairs, as our black cat likes to sleep on them. (The chairs and the blankets!)

bananananacoconuts Fri 30-Aug-13 07:36:54

I bought them from next last year. Iirc they were £13 or £15. They had them in B&M for £5 but the quality was awful, rubbish print and thin as tissue paper.

pumpkinsweetie Fri 30-Aug-13 07:38:50

The fleece blankets are a nice idea 70salimit will do that this year. Nice christmassy feel without spending to many ££

waltermittymissus Fri 30-Aug-13 09:22:48

Fleece blankets are a great idea! Thanks for that. smile

girlywhirly Fri 30-Aug-13 09:49:01

I must say that if you choose Dunelm ones, don't leave it until Dec before getting them because they sell out very quickly. Last year there were four maybe five designs at 4.99 each, they're not massive or super thick, but ideal for kids and should last a few years as you only use them at Christmas.

Oldraver Fri 30-Aug-13 09:54:54

DS had the Next one last year, it was £15 and I think as he will use it for a few years worth the money (then it can be passed on).

They did have them after Christmas in the sale

TerraNotSoFirma Fri 30-Aug-13 10:04:23

I'm planning on just getting the plain red single duvet set from Argos' colour match range for both DC and a Christmassy fleecy blanket from dunelm mill.

waltermittymissus Fri 30-Aug-13 12:57:11

Terra, that's a great idea!

BankerMommy2010 Sun 01-Sep-13 15:20:29

I bought the next one for xmas 2011 its nice but last year I noticed it was looking washed out... not great quality, I will probably get a new one this year x

FranklymydearIdontgiveadamn Sun 01-Sep-13 19:06:29

I saw some gorgeous grey and cream snowflake pattern throws in TK Maxx yesterday, they would be gorgeous at Christmas time.
Can I also just say how happy and sane I feel knowing that there are other people out there who think of things like Christmassy bedding like me grin

waltermittymissus Sun 01-Sep-13 20:30:49

Frankly grin

I'm so into Christmas. I annoy everyone in real life!

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