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Bedding

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Khyden
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Bedding

Postby Khyden » September 22nd, 2013, 2:42 pm

Any advice on where to our purchase replacement bedding for a 2003 Carver Yacht 366?

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White Noise
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Re: Bedding

Postby White Noise » January 1st, 2014, 11:54 am

Hello,

The custom bedding you can google,but if you're looking for a less expensive approach without jeopardizing quality, Bed Bath and Beyond has a draw string brand called Sheex. You could also by a size larger in any brand or quality of your choice and have a local sew shop customize them.

Good Luck!
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Re: Bedding

Postby jlplatts » August 30th, 2015, 4:42 pm

I purchased high thread count 100 % cotton sheet sets with elastic around the bottom sheet in the nearest size to my mattress. In my case a queen, then sewed a band of 1 inch elastic over the existing bottom sheet elastic - I did several rows of stitching to ensure durability. Do not stretch the sheet out when sewing your elastic - this tightens the fit of the bottom sheet to accommodate my 6 inch mattress. I tucked the extra corner fabric with a hem stitch. Works great for me, hope it will help you as well. - PS also did the mattress cover this way....
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Re: Bedding

Postby katefollot » October 6th, 2016, 5:29 am

Hi, I am also looking for the bedding for my Yacht, but I think its hard to find. I am going to take fabric and stitched it for best fitting for bedspreads here in Australia.
Bianca bedspread https://www.rushk.com.au/bianca online in Australia.

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