A duvet spread can make changing around your room stylistic theme a straightforward matter of minutes. On the off chance that you get a comforter which suits your bed yet you dislike the design, slip it into a duvet cover to alter its whole appearance to be more satisfactory. Here and there you might discover your favorite king-sized duvet cover, yet your bed and comforter are just queen-sized. Subtract and sew the cover again to suit the current comforter and refresh your bedroom.
- Measuring tape
- Sewing machine
- Gauge the comforter by width and widen it by 2 inches to be the new cover width. Turn the duvet cover inside out. From hem to hem gauge the cover width. Cut down the new width from the cover width and it is the amount you should get rid of in width. Halve the amount to decide the amount to be trimmed off from both sides.
- Gauge the comforter length and lengthen it by 1 inch to be the new cover length. Gauge the length of your cover from the bottom hem to the top edge for closure. Cut down the new cover length from the original width and it is the amount to be taken off from the bottom edge of the cover.
- Gauge in on every side to where you think for the new cover width. Subtract the additional fabric to give the cover a new width.
- Gauge from the top down to where you think for the new cover length. Subtract the additional fabric from the bottom just to give it a new length.
- Pin the 2 parts together and sew around each of the three cut sides. Utilize a 1/2-inch seam allowance on every seam. Turn the duvet cover right side out and embed the queen comforter.