Best place to buy basics like muslins and cellular blankets

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  1. SkyBaby

    SkyBaby Well-Known Member

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    Obviously loads of places sell them but what are the cheapest places? Or the places that are not the cheapest but are such good quality they are worth it? Any favourites?
     
  2. peachypie

    peachypie Mum to Sophie

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    I was browsing Asda's website yesterday and saw some for £5.00. Not sure about quality though.
     
  3. peachypie

    peachypie Mum to Sophie

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    I meant to say cellular blankets.
     
  4. welshwarriors

    welshwarriors Joseph & Charlotte's Mum

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    I got my muslin from TKMaxx and they are fab, but you need to look regulary to spot a bargain. I got a packet of 15 for £9.99 when I was pregnant with my son. they normally got blankets aswell....otherwise the good old supermarkets Tesco, Asda etc. Or amazon, they sometimes have amazing bargains
     
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    amie-leigh Mummy To Princess Morgan

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    places like asda or tesco have them quite cheap and if you have a home bargains or b&m near you they do all kinds of blankets cheap x
     
  7. Nervous_1

    Nervous_1 Well-Known Member

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    tesco blankets have been fab and when I got them they were BOGOF. think they are often on offer so they are definitely worth a look :)
     
  8. cazd

    cazd Guest

    muslins are an absolute Must Have!
    Blankets are too - but if you get sleeping bags you may not use them after the first month.

    I'd highly recommend the NCT sales for both...
    you'll get through at least one muslin a day so its worth having a stash. x
     
  9. slf2010

    slf2010 Well-Known Member

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    Hi
    I got my cellular blankets from asda and they have washed andwashed and washed!! would definately reccomend and not too pricey either xx
     
  10. charliebear

    charliebear Mum to AJ & Pumpkin

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    I got my muslin's for AJ from Asda :)
     
  11. lucy_x

    lucy_x Mummy To Two Stunners

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    I would suggest asda too.
     
  12. Swift

    Swift Well-Known Member

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    Asda muslin squares are really good quality :)
     
  13. SkyBaby

    SkyBaby Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for all the replies
     
  14. mummy.wannabe

    mummy.wannabe Going through IVF

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    There are Muslims at mothercare 50 top n tail whatever that is for 9.99 x
    I didn't know if they smaller than a usual muslin, I was going to get some but didn't know x
     
  15. mummy.wannabe

    mummy.wannabe Going through IVF

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    I also went to car boots and I got 4 mothercare cellular blankets for 50p each x
     

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