Classic Linen Bedding — Duvet Cover
Classic Bedding Collection - Part I - This 100% linen duvet cover will keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Perfect combination of simplicity, elegance and practicality.
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- Print-at-home format on Letter/A4 paper.
- Layered PDF to print just the sizes you want.
- Most patterns available graded in size 0/2 to 28/30.
- Step-by-step instructions on The Thread blog.
- No licensing restrictions. Sew as many as you like for yourself, your family, even your sewing business.
I have an 8" thick Queen size memory foam mattress. I found that the full size cutting layout for the fitted sheet fits it perfectly. My son has a 10" thick full size mattress, and for his bed I needed to cut the width 2" narrower, and I took 9" !!! off the length. I only needed two pieces for the flat sheet instead of three, as it was much longer than it needed to be. I made one duvet cover that was too small for my queen duvet, too large for a twin, will make a lovely quilt for the living room this winter. :) I'm about to start two new duvet covers (one fog grey, one wisteria) and will measure the actual duvets and make them to size. The instructions and fabric layouts are fantastic and I don't think I would have attempted this project without them. Love this company so much!
I made queen size in 1c64 unbleached linen. The pattern looks great and I hand embroidered the embroidery. 12 yards of fabric shed a lot of lint, so much so that my whole room had a layer of lint while I was sewing it. After second wash there was less and I am hoping it will reduce even more with successive washes.
My duvet cover came out great! I love it, the weight of linen is perfect and it fits my bed and down comforter absolutely perfectly. I used Asphalt and Nine Iron and I am so happy with that look! Thank you for answering my question about the corner tabs.
I'm working on this duvet cover right now. I'm almost done, but I really don't understand what the 4 corner tabs that go inside the cover are for. Are they simply to reinforce the corners?
Hello, some people like to use the corner inserts in duvets to keep the comforter in place. They're secured with large safety pins through these tabs, instead of the cover.
I haven't made it yet, but I had planned to make a new duvet cover using a flat sheet that matches my bedsheets on one side and linen on the other. This pattern really helpS! I'm to happy!!!!
I made this with the heavier weight 7.1 oz linen. I'm not sure I'd recommend doing that as the entire cover feels heavy, obviously. I was looking to make a blanket initially, but then decided that this duvet cover would be more versatile. It's a very easy pattern and it turned out really nice. One other change I made was I did fringe edges on the 3 sides and it looks great. I also made one side natural, and the other bleached white.
I've used this pdf pattern twice now and can recommend no reservations. First for my bed on a king size and then in the guest room in the queen size. It's easy to download and east to understand.
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