Modify King Duvet Covers for Queen Roses Duvet Covers
If you have an extra large roses duvet covers, but want to use it on a double quilt, you may want to alter the quilt to fit the quilt, rather than using it as is. Altering the comforter is as simple as sewing around the edges on three sides to leave just a little wider and longer than your quilt. You do not want to adjust the quilt to be the same dimensions as the quilt, because then it will be a very tight fit. Ideas for modify King Duvet covers for queen roses duvet covers, measure the width and length of the marriage quilt. Most queen quilts measure 86 inches by 94 inches, but there may be some variation depending on the style of the quilt.
Then for modify King Duvet covers for queen roses duvet covers. Measure across the width of the extra large comforter. Subtract the width of the quilt from the width of the quilt. Divide that measure in half, then subtract 1 inch from that measurement to find out how much you will have to cut from each side. Turn the wrong side quilt out. Measure on the designated number of inches on each side of the blanket at the top and bottom and make a mark with a cloth marker. If your comforter has a closer zipper, pull the zipper closed halfway so that you do not cut the zipper pull when the quilt is disturbed.
Sew a straight row of stitches on each side of the blanket, from the mark on the upper edge of the mark at the bottom edge. Measure the length of the extra large quilt, then subtract the length of the marriage quilt, divide it by two, and then subtract 1 to find out how much you need to trim out of the length. Then for modify King duvet covers for queen roses duvet covers, measure the amount you need to cut to length and make a mark on each side, near the top of the quilt. You do not want to trim from the bottom, since that is where the opening and closing are.