Making a Duvet Covers Queen

Nov 23rd

Duvet covers are like a big case for your quilt pillow. As a pillowcase helps keep the pillow clean duvet cover will help keep clean your quilt. With a duvet cover, you will not have to wash the comforter very often, simply remove the duvet and throw it in the washer. You can make your own sheath of queen, at a fraction of the cost of a prefabricated. Make it at home allows you to change the color scheme or design of your bed by simply changing the duvet cover.

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1. Use a tape measure to measure the length and width of the quilt. The size queen duvet covers vary in size, depending on the manufacturer, so do not rely on “standard” measures. Add an inch of each measure and record the length and width adjusted.

2. Buy two flat sheets that are at least as wide and long as the measures adjusted from the case. You will need sheets queen or king. You can choose the same pattern for the top and bottom of the duvet covers or you can use a pattern print top and a solid pattern on the bottom.

3. Wash and dry the sheets to pre shrink them.

4. Place the sheets on a flat surface, placing the right sides together and aligning the four edges evenly. Place the leaves in the same direction so that the edges of large top hem sheets are in the same order.