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What sort of bed covers do you have in winter?

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I have the most delightful alpaca doona/duvet which I got while I was breeding my llamas.

It is very light and extremely warm, and I do not need anything else with it.

Before when I just had an ordinary doona, I often also needed a blanket.

The alpaca covers are also good when it is not so cold as they seem to adjust, though dont quite understand how this can be.

I would recommend them to anyone who feels the cold, as I do, even though they are expensive.
by Finy
My Winter doona is a feather down one...I love how you can shake it and make it lighter or viceversa and make it warmer
by Fran
I love to use a down alternative cover, much like the one in the picture. Very comfortable and cozy for winter.
I LOVE Micro Fiber lightweight that I bought from
K-Mart 2 yrs ago.
They still have the same kind in bright colours, they wash so well...dry so fast and are super cosy, and very warm.

I love the idea of something that can be washed, hung up over night and is nearly dry!!
I have a lightweight hypo-allergenic polyester filled quilt with pure cotton cover. It is all I have ever needed in winter here in the tropics.And then I only require it for a couple of months.THIS year I have not even needed it once yet!
I have a duvet from Costco and an Ikea cover. Nothing special but it's warm and comfortable.
I use my duvet and an extra blanket
by AJ
We have a kingsize duvet. Nothing fancy, just the usual kind. It keeps us toasty warm :)
I have a purple woollen blanket, and a purple micro fleece one. I only ever use a duvet for the coldest nights, I find them too hot.
Blanket and a home-made quilt.
.......and a meerkat?
Does it keep your feet warm?
My Siamese cat does. Lol!
by donjo
I use a lambswool one all year. If it gets really cold we just put a mink blanket over the sheet and it keeps the bed super toasty and soft. The lambswool ones are excellent for allergies and I've found that even when I wash and tumble dry them they never go lumpy.
A doona. If it gets really cold, just add another doona.
I have a doona but on really cold nights, and we do get a few in Melbourne, I add a blanket, sometimes even two.
We have donnas filled with duck feathers, hand sown by a Chinese man in Sydney, where I live.
That was many years ago now, & we had them dry cleaned & picked them up a few months later, 1 of them had been handed to someone else, by mistake,& we now have their 1. Luckily theres was also filled with duck feathers, but it had been sown differently.
by Miro
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