Cover a Duvet Doona
Duvet covers for children are expensive and often do not come in the fabrics or colors your are looking for. For children, I also like to have a cover that can be removed easily and often to wash. In fact, I do not usually put a flat sheet on the bed when I have the doona cover. With a bit of sheet shopping and sewing, it is easy to create your own unique and attractive duvet covers that are also functional!
One flat twin sheet in aqua and an owl print flat twin were used for this doona cover.
Cut the fitted sheet sides and release the elastic to make a flat piece of fabric. The middle section of you fitted sheet should be long enough to add to the sides of your double duvet.
Wide middle strip and narrow side strips.
The wide top hem of store bought sheets makes it ideal to use for a button closure duvet.The narrower bottom hem, which is the same as the side hems, will be fine for adding in a zipper. No hemming required.
A quick tie sewed into your cover and one on your doona and you can tie these together if your blankets are prone to slipping.
Reversible brown and blue flannel twin cover.
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