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Thread: fitted sheets

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    Super Member PurplePassion's Avatar
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    My fitted sheets wear out faster than the rest of the set. I have looked online for just buying a fitted sheet. Altho the search brings up alot of sites; they don't have anything but sets. Do you know of a place that you can buy just a fitted bottom sheet? Thanks

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    NO, I don't. I just recycle the flat sheets into backings for some of my quilts. Or make them into pillowcases.:)

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    Wal Mart not sure thread count or how good but I know that they have them have looked at them for backing for quilts

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    I have the opposite problem, well sort of. I only use flat sheets on my waterbed, and they're very hard to find since most sheets are sold in sets these days.

    I believe Target sells individual sheets online and a friend told me she gets sheets at JC Penney for her waterbed. Good luck!

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    I believe JCP.Com sells separate sheets. Sears may too.

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    Most of the department stores sell individual flat sheets, fitted sheets, etc. Penney's Sears, Bed Bath & Beyond, Linens & Things (are they still around?)

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    I use the Main Stay sheets from Walmart. They are 200 count and do not pill up. I use flat ones for quilt backs. They are sold separately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilter7x
    I have the opposite problem, well sort of. I only use flat sheets on my waterbed, and they're very hard to find since most sheets are sold in sets these days.

    I believe Target sells individual sheets online and a friend told me she gets sheets at JC Penney for her waterbed. Good luck!
    I have the same problem for my waterbed. My daughter found some for me at WalMart.

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    JC Penney's catalog.

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    Wal Mart

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