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Pink Ocean Creatures Girl's Twin-size 2-piece Quilt Set
This pink girls quilt set is a dream come true for any little girl who loves pink and has a fascination with the ocean. The vibrant twin-size set displays sea creatures like clams, shells, turtles, and seahorses and includes one pillow sham.
ITEM#: 13814787Pretty in pink, this vibrant bedding will transform your child's room into an everyday energetic paradise. This totally awesome girl quilt set features quilted sea creatures like sea shells, clams, turtles, starfish and seahorses on both the front and reverse side.
- Prewashed and preshrunk
- Set includes: Quilt and one sham
- Pattern: Ocean Creatures
- Color options: Pink
- Style: Patchwork
- Cover materials: 100-percent cotton
- Fill materials: 100-percent cotton
- Backing materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Euro sham: 16 inches wide x 16 inches long.
- Quilt: 66 inches wide x 86 inches long
- Sham: 20 inches wide x 26 inches long
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|Set Include||2 Piece|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean Machine Wash|
|Product Features||Reversible Bedding|
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This quilt is pretty and the colors are what I wanted. It is soft and feels comfortable. However, it is not long enough to hang right on a twin bed. It covers just end to end on the top of the mattress and so you see the sheets hanging out at the end of the bed. There were also some sort of threads or something in between the quilt's front and back and looks like dark spots on the quilt.Read More
Love the colors and style of the set, exactly what I wanted, the quality could have been a little better but, it's okRead More
The lovely detail isn't too visible unless your close.Read More
I purchased this for my daughter's bunk bed set. It goes very well with their room theme. I have not washed the quilts yet, however they feel like good quality. Thanks Overstock for helping me save!Read More
Thank You to others who took the time to review...Great quality..washed up beautifully...machine washed and dried....very nice in our adult South Florida pink and lime green bedroom....HappyHappyJoyJoy!!!!!!!Great Buy...the stitching is well executed...star fish turtles etc...Read More
I was a little apprehensive about buying this quilt because there were no previous reviews and no pictures of the reverse side. I received it yesterday and couldn't have been happier with the quality or the design. The stitches are very detailed. The seems are tight. It washed up beautifully. For those that are wondering, the reverse side is a darker shade of pink and the stitching is on both sides, so it could easily be reversed. This was a great buy!Read More
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Hello 2girls4us2, We're sorry, but we don't sell the rug pictured, and we're not sure who manufactures it. Thanks for shopping with us!
Would this be warm enough for winters in the U.P. of Michigan?
Hello raina3, I'm sorry this is a thin quilt. Have a great day!
what does the reverse look like? Is it the same or are the colors reversed and the main color is green and the edging is pink?
Hello jjfay6755, The reverse side is a darker shade of pink. Thank you for shopping with us!
The other side is a bighter pink.
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