Published at Saturday, October 13th 2018, 15:19:52 PM by Chandra Carpenter. Comforter Sets.
It does a have these fold lines in it when you first get it, so you may want to just iron them or give them a quick rinse throw over the dryer, maybe to flatten them out. But I've just been promoted that here just for demonstration purposes just to give you let you see what they look like here. They look very silly to see the shine off, but you know that's just how silly they are not sure how slippery these sheets are. Gonna be trying to lay in them - I don't know, but they feel really nice.
Published at Wednesday, October 17th 2018, 04:01:44 AM by Anastasia Rosales. Comforter Sets.
You'll want to get extra fabric if you're matching up patterns, cut a piece of fabric, that's at least three inches longer than the length of your duvet insert. I'm going to join the pieces before cutting it to the exact dimensions. Lay another piece of fabric on top, so it's overlapping with the edge of the first piece. If you have a patterned fabric, you want to match up the design, move it up and down. Until it's lined up vertically, you can roughly cut off the extra fabric at the ends. Hold the second piece in half lengthwise and cut it on the crease you'll use the rest for the other side only do this if it leaves a mess for the side panels.
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