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Where do you buy your sheets?

overthemoon

Senior Member
I used to buy the JC Penney Home Collection sheets which were cotton/polyester. They were very comfortable and practically wrinkle free. Unfortunately, they don't make them anymore. I have switched to Target Threshold Sheets which are comfortable, and don't wrinkle too much. The problem is I need a true Twin Size and not the TwinXL which Target sells. I need the sheets for a daybed and the XL ones are always too big. It will just be used by children, so I am not looking for anything fancy, just not too wrinkly. Thanks!
 
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WordFountain

Senior Member
Sheets

For my splurge (using sales and/or coupons) I love LL Bean sheets. They also last forever so I’m ok with the higher price tag. Other times I usually scout Home Goods/TJ Maxx. I can find higher quality brands for a more affordable price.
 

Charlotte

Senior Member
I only buy Northern Nights sheets from QVC. I prefer the wrinkle defense sets. They last forever and never get pills on them (my pet peeve).
 

bookgeek59

Senior Member
We love Target sheets! The Threshold cotton blend ones are deep and have STRONG elastic on the corners of the fitted sheet. The t-shirt knit ones that are often available in more patterns/colors during back to college sales, and are our perfect weight for "winter" sheets. I do wish the fitted sheet was a little deeper, though, but I'll take it. I sleep warm and DH sleeps cold, so flannel sheets won't work.
 

4leaves

Senior Member
We love Costco high thread count cotton sheets. We have their flannel ones for winter, but the cotton ones are so smooth and cool for summer. They usually just have king and queen size. I just bought a set of cotton sheets for our guest room full size bed. I found them on Amazon for around $50 and they feel very luxurious too. I just picked a highly rated brand.
 
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marguerite2

Senior Member
I have both of these and am happy with them.
Walmart — Better Home and Garden sheets.
Bed Bath and Beyond — Simply Essential sheets
 

Ima Teacher

Senior Member
We like Columbia cooling sheets for summer and Cuddle Duds cotton flannel for winter. We get them both from Kohl’s. I’m not sure if they have regular twin size or not. We have king and full beds.
 

SusanTeach

Senior Member
We got ours through Amazon, and we liked them so much we ordered another set a few months later as a back-up. They're comfy and wash well. :)

SONORO KATE Bed Sheets Set Sheets Microfiber Super Soft 1800 Thread Count Egyptian Sheets 16-Inch Deep Pocket Wrinkle- 6 Piece (King, Grey)
 

desert flower

Senior Member
I get our king size sheets from Sam's Club. Deep pockets. Good quality,and price.
Plus, they are labeled along the edges of the inside. (top, side, bottom)
 

Alaska35

Senior Member
I also loved the cotton/poly blend from JC Penney. I bought those for years. I ordered some several months ago and I couldn’t find them online.

I found these on Amazon:
Elinen Percale Bed Sheets
The description says they are 60% cotton, 40% polyester. They also had high ratings.

I received them a few days ago. They are still in the package. I will post again once I wash them and put them on the bed.
 
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