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I am looking for a soft reasonably priced boys single duvet cover /duvet set

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toffeeapple Tue 06-Oct-09 15:49:13

Any suggestions? Ds is 2 and a half so I am not after "spider man" or anything like that. More the cute type but not babyish IYSWIM. It doesn't have to be pure cotton as it can be quite expensive, but it has to be good quality and soft.
I hope this is not the wrong topic blush

NorkyByNature Tue 06-Oct-09 16:01:58

Mothercare

boodeniites Tue 06-Oct-09 16:02:38

Tesco value duvet covers and pillowcases in the Blue gingham are nice and very good quality and last for ages and ages and dont need hardly any ironing and are about £5 Tk Maxx have better brands at really good prices

ConnorTraceptive Tue 06-Oct-09 16:05:19

tesco, argos or b&q

toffeeapple Tue 06-Oct-09 16:56:52

Oooh! Thank you, I hadn't thought about any of those!! I'll give them a go!

pinknosedevereux Tue 06-Oct-09 18:24:48

I'll second tkmaxx can get 100% cotton for price of poly cotton. They had some nice gingham ones when I last looked.

tvaerialmagpiebin Wed 07-Oct-09 17:01:34

I'll second tesco esp if your ds likes diggers. My ds throws a fit when I wash his digger duvet. It came with a fleece blanket too and was about £12

Just looked and they don't do it now but there is this one for £8 Mucho diggers smile

toffeeapple Thu 08-Oct-09 10:16:07

Thanks, are tesco ones still soft although they are this cheap? They are not the hard rigid, waxy type are they?

boodeniites Thu 08-Oct-09 10:25:21

they are not like swansdown or anything but soon soften up when used and a flanelette top sheet folded over the top would be lovely and cozy and soft

tvaerialmagpiebin Thu 08-Oct-09 11:29:41

Mine (sorry, ds's) is lovely and soft. It washes really well and dries quickly. The colours haven't faded at all. And if you really don't like them, you have not spent a fortune!

IMoveTheStarsForNoOne Thu 08-Oct-09 11:32:40

Ikea

some lovely colourful ones here, and fairly cheap

JaMmRocks Thu 08-Oct-09 11:36:38

The Ikea ones do go really soft after a couple of washes, and you can get a pillowcase, sheet and duvet cover set for around £6

toffeeapple Thu 08-Oct-09 20:52:15

My god the Ikea ones look amazing! 100% cotton as well! And really cheap!! Shame my nearest one is 30 miles away and they are not available to order online.

chickbean Thu 08-Oct-09 20:59:05

I got Ikea ones for my DS when I made my husband take me there for our wedding anniversary (mad, but just love it!)

stirlingstar Thu 08-Oct-09 21:46:24

M&S have a set for 9.50 - blue with stars, quite boyish but not overboard and not babyish. Washes well.

galaxymummy Thu 08-Oct-09 21:53:11

ikea my son has 2 sets wash well v soft and bright

maxybrown Thu 08-Oct-09 23:36:22

def Ikea, lovely. Worth a trip!

MrsMagnolia Fri 09-Oct-09 10:29:28

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ChilloHippi Fri 09-Oct-09 10:41:30

I agree about Ikea. Worth the trip there as it is so reasonably priced.

boodeniites Fri 09-Oct-09 13:30:45

i love ikea but the only things i dont like about their duvet covers are they seem to be bigger than normal and never fasten always have that big space at the bottom

TheLadyEvenstar Fri 09-Oct-09 13:39:52

Bood Ikea duvet covers are designed for ikea duvets which are bigger!!!

ChilloHippi Fri 09-Oct-09 14:18:47

My ikea covers fit my non-ikea duvets perfectly. Most of them now have poppers on - I did used to find the big opening was a pain but they seem to have cottoned on to that.

maxybrown Fri 09-Oct-09 22:55:37

Mine fit no problem and I have never found the opening a problem either I have to say. I have had some years now and they wash brilliantly.

crockydoodle Wed 14-Oct-09 21:59:33

I have lovely blue white and red stripe ones from m& s which were about £9.50 or my boys. Would recommend them - lovely quality.

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