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Old 12-29-2010, 05:22 PM   #15
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"Bed-in-a-bag" refers to a complete bedding set all bound up in 1 pkg. It usually contains the bedspread or comforter, pillow shams, bedskirt (dust ruffle), flat sheet, fitted sheet & pillowcases - all in coordinating fabrics.

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Old 12-29-2010, 05:30 PM   #16
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I posted almost the same question about a year ago. We ended up just going with "Bed in a Bag" options and we like them just fine. We don't miss the fitted corners at all as it turns out.

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ditto

they have a pretty wide selection
better quality and less $$
while there get a set of 1200 thread count sheets to really make your sleeping experience top notch after a long day of rving
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Old 12-29-2010, 05:36 PM   #17
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..while there get a set of 1200 thread count sheets..

Oh man, I didn't realize there were 1200tc's!!! I might have to look into those, white sales are comin' next month. I've got a 900tc on the bed now & just LOVE 'em. So soft & they seem to get softer w/each wash.

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Oh man, I didn't realize there were 1200tc's!!! I might have to look into those, white sales are comin' next month. I've got a 900tc on the bed now & just LOVE 'em. So soft & they seem to get softer w/each wash.

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I was just corrected.....its 1000 thread count

soft Egyptian cotton
i was in Egypt...i have no idea why Egyptian cotton is so prized but it sure is sooooooft
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My wife buys a comforter and set from any store that has the material and pattern she wants. Then she cuts, trims and sews to make it fit. She sews pockets on sheets and attached the top and bottom sheets to be one piece. Makes making the bed much easier, plus it is a custom fit.

The skirt in the bag becomes curtains or other trim.

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I'm going to make a cover for my bunk bed that didn't come with one - got the fabric to coordinate at Joann's and will sew the fitted corner for 2 corners (the far corners are just too hard to worry with) and hem all around.
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She sews pockets on sheets and attached the top and bottom sheets to be one piece. Makes making the bed much easier, plus it is a custom fit.

The skirt in the bag becomes curtains or other trim.

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so how do you poke your feet out at night to be comfy
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Give you a quick tip. Leave your wife go by herself and pick out different materials, because no mater what, if it isn't just right, you know who gets the blame?
Mine didn't like some of ours so I let her go wild. I'm color blind anyway.

If it's not so bad, does a guy actually see it?

Don't get me wrong, I don't care about the decor as much as I care about having to hear my wife complain about it E-V-E-R-Y time we go out.

I'm colorblind too.
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