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Duvet Pockets

Lined enclosures for foot warmth.
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As winter approaches I feel the need to retreat further under my duvet each night. Sometimes just a portion of my head is visible.

Unfortunately, as I move during the night, my feet will often poke out of the bottom of the duvet, or else the bottom of the duvet will form a wave shape allowing air to blow across my feet. I never had this problem with a sleeping bag.

Duvet pockets would be lined folds on the underside of the duvet into which you can tuck your feet on a cold night. There should be six or more on a double duvet so that you can tuck your feet into whichever one is nearest.

st3f, Nov 23 2002


       st3f, my feet feel warmer just thinking how nice it would be. +
hollajam, Nov 23 2002

       Mmm, nice. Although at first I thought this might be an idea for pockets in which food, for example, might be kept.
hippo, Nov 23 2002

       So much better than my Plumage-Packed PJs.
FarmerJohn, Nov 23 2002

       My problem is getting my feet cold enough at night, (can't stand hospital corners), but good idea (+)   

       I found the solution to cold feet was getting a longer duvet.
DrCurry, Nov 23 2002


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