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Thread: Duvet cover for my Mom - advice needed

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    Andi's Avatar
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    I recently made a duvet cover for my sister because we both use feather duvets here. as I sewed the blocks together I used a zig zag stitch because I don't have a serger, so none of the seams will fray. I used big pieces for the back and just sewed the two large pieces (top and Bottom) together like a pillow case inside out and then used velcro for the opening. Works for her!

  2. #12
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    I was thinking maybe French seams on the inside might be a good idea, too. That would keep the inside "threadless" and less apt to fray, don't you think? :?: Yeah, Loretta, it takes some getting used to when you hear women talk about 'birthing a quilt'! :D

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    Super Member Barb M's Avatar
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    geez, whew, glad someone was courageous enough to ask what it meant lol lol lol

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    I'm so glad you brought this whole subject up. I hope you manage to make what is best and I know it will turn out to be lovely. :lol:

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