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Where to source a Super chunky knitted throw?

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sydenhamhiller Tue 06-Nov-18 17:44:09

Hi, I wondered if this was the right place? My 13 year old has seen the Cox and Cox catalogue <yeah, thanks Cox and Cox) and fallen in love with the chunky knitted throw for for £150.

There's no way Santa is bringing this the merino ones cost about £150 in other sites, and this one is 100% acrylic... do you know where his frazzled elf might source a reasonable alternative? I don't quite trust ebay/ amazon.

Thank you!

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SuperstarDJ Tue 06-Nov-18 18:00:19

Dunelm have this in cream for £50 (though it’s not as nice as the C&C one!)

Bumbumtaloo Tue 06-Nov-18 18:04:04

I’ve just seen on Facebook that Primark have them for £30 - didn’t see a picture of them though.

SuperstarDJ Tue 06-Nov-18 18:06:08

These look nice too

Also quite a few on Etsy if you’re OK with ordering from there.

Laska5772 Tue 06-Nov-18 18:09:19

This John Lewis one is nice

You also often see nice throws in TKMaxx if you have one nearby

thenewaveragebear1983 Tue 06-Nov-18 19:31:17

TKMaxx have nice throws. I can’t see the picture in your link to know how chunky, but this is mine from TK (it was £19.99!)!

SuperstarDJ Tue 06-Nov-18 20:06:12

Yes to TK Maxx - I was in there the other day and they had loads of good quality chunky ones in my branch.

crockofcrackers Tue 06-Nov-18 22:01:20

Primark have this one attached (hopefully the photo works!) for £30 

ChishandFips33 Mon 12-Nov-18 07:04:46

Tkmaxx, the Range or Dunelm?

MsMamaNature Wed 14-Nov-18 13:06:59,size:

£49 compared to £150.

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