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    I need to buy warm jumper/cardigan for my granny who very cold. I can only find thin ones, or overtly stylish ones. Where can I buy a simple, thick cardigan for her?

    It has to have front pockets
    she has a zip phobia so only buttons
    cost £15 around (i'm poor)


    Thank you
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    does my bump look big in this?
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      Charity shop.
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      At the toilet store.
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      M&S?
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      aww guys serious replies!!

      please
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      I could get my gran to knit one for you. :yes:
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      I was serious.
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      (Original post by shygirl92)
      aww guys serious replies!!

      please
      They are serious replies and here's another...Barnardos.
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      Knit one -
      or Bon Marche?
      I used to buy my nan nighties there.......
      or pot luck with
      Tescos, Matalan, Next or MCkay (i think that what its called) Q&S
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      marks and spencers?
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      Marks and spencers, Debenhams, John Lewis...?
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      (Original post by shygirl92)
      I need to buy warm jumper/cardigan for my granny who very cold. I can only find thin ones, or overtly stylish ones. Where can I buy a simple, thick cardigan for her?

      It has to have front pockets
      she has a zip phobia so only buttons
      cost £15 around (i'm poor)


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      These are the best ones I've found, they look the warmest, but some are a little over your budget.

      http://www.bonmarche.co.uk/9-knitwea...-trim-cardigan

      http://www.bonmarche.co.uk/9-knitwea...-coat-cardigan

      http://www.bonmarche.co.uk/9-knitwea...-knit-cardgian

      http://www.bonmarche.co.uk/9-knitwea...-cardigan-coat

      http://www.peacocks.co.uk/product/in...ndSrc=paramNav

      Hope this helps and hope your gran feels warmer!
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      Marks & sparks, will be slightly more than £15 though, so try charity shops
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      Bhs? Bon Marche?
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      Is C&A still alive? I would say there. If not, try United Colours of Bennetton.
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      (Original post by yahyahyahs)
      Is C&A still alive? I would say there. If not, try United Colours of Bennetton.
      Not in the UK, only abroad.
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      Marks and Spencer's, Bon Marche or supermarkets?
     
     
     
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