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This term has a generic meaning as a decorative top bedcover, but it can also refer more specifically to a white bedcover embellished with a raised design of loops, tufts, or knots.
In the girl's bedroom, delicate grey and cream toile wallpaper with contrasting bedcovers give a romantic look with bold shots of cerise pink adding a design edge.
Although the Edisto Medallion quilt top was never completed, several of its fabrics reappear in another chintz applique bedcover begun by Amarinthia and Mary Frampton in the 1850s.
A 34-year-old woman from Newcastle was given a caution after stealing a bedcover from TJ Hughes at Grainger Street, while Toni Storey, 27, of Tiverton Avenue, North Shields, was charged with shoplifting after cosmetics were stolen from Superdrug on Northumberland Street.
Memorabilia on display includes a jacket worn by John Lennon during the Beatle's 1964 tour and the All You Need is Love bedcover from John and Yoko's 1969 Bed-in-for-Peace demonstration in Montreal.
The bedcover itself doesn't look too good, and the children's toilets have definitely not been cleaned for some hours, probably a whole day.
The anonymous woman knitted the bedcover, dubbed as the "Blessing Blanket", when she underwent treatment for ovarian cancer and is now being treated for colon cancer.
A six-piece bedcover set originally quoted at Dh95 to one customer, was promptly re-offered to another shopper for Dh80 after a moment's silence -- and a frown from the original customer.
Memorabilia on display includes a jacket worn by John Lennon during the Beatles' 1964 tour and the All You Need is Love bedcover from John and Yoko's 1969 Bed-in-for-Peace demonstration in Montreal.
The incident was sparked, he said, because Bain took exception to the way his girlfriend pulled the bedcover back and shouted at him.
Big, bold checks in vibrant, primary colours lend themselves well to cushions and throws and if you are a dab hand with the sewing machine, why not have a go at stitching a patchwork throw or bedcover yourself?