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I just recieved queen sized sheets from hsn.put them on bed last night,and had a horrible sleep.sheets felt like I was sleeping on gauze.terrible!they advertised sheets as 600 thread count .absolutely not!.I should have learned,because they were marked down half price

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Would you please give us the brand name?  Thanks

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20 yrs ago , I bought some high thread count Egyptian sheets from QVC outlet . I loved those sheets , so soft . I haven't come across anything comparable .

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LL Bean, BEST sheets ever.  Pricey, but worth every penny.  In my opinion.

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I bought Sam'sClub 450 thread count sheet set this morning.  Washed them and when I took them out of the dryer one side of the flat sheet stitching had unraveled.  What a mess.  I'm about to return those and not buy their brand again 

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Anyone remember the Amadeaus line from QVC about 12 years ago? I had two sets, same item#, two different colors. Sadly let go of one last year, but still have a periwinkle set that matches a comforter set I bought from Q then too. That Amadeaus line was so lux feeling...I think they were only 3-500 thread count. I say "only" because they had just started all that thread count thing...and back then 300 was considered great (not sure sheets went up to 500 then!) Now I think they go up to 1000!

 

These were like a sateen, felt so silky but not slippery, and cool at night.

They do wrinkle, and, so many years later, the set I have is not quite as silky as it was,  but they were my favorite sheets ever.

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@Luvsmyfam 

 

Call HSN and tell them what you have said here.  Ask for free SH back.

 

I did that with Q and they didn't want to deal with it at a.  They told me to dispose of them.  I was glad to do that!

 

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I love HSN's sheets: they are beautifully thin, and feel great!

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description says they are prewashed 600 thread out 6 piece set.price is 44.95.and yes,I did get return label free.i hope this info helps

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@CoffeeNut wrote:

I bought Sam'sClub 450 thread count sheet set this morning.  Washed them and when I took them out of the dryer one side of the flat sheet stitching had unraveled.  What a mess.  I'm about to return those and not buy their brand again 


@CoffeeNut - That's a shame, but at least Sam's Club stands behind their products 100% and overall those sheets have good reviews.  But stuff happens, especially this past year and even with the best retailers.

 

I have 5 or 6 sets of their Hotel Premier Collection, 650 thread count sheets and the quality is excellent.  Even a guest I had (pre-pandemic) commented on how nice they are.

 

I've washed them many times and the quality holds up.  You may want to try those.