Sew Your Own Pintuck Duvet Cover

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Tigan of Blake & Tigan purchased a dreamy, cloud-like pintucked duvet cover from West Elm that she totally loved. That is until she felt how scratchy it was and realized how easily it ripped. Boo! Tigan sent that duvet cover packing and decided she would just have to DIY to get the job done right. Tigan used a plain pre-made duvet cover and sewed her own pintucks – all 123 of them! She then added a button to each pintuck to ensure they would hold strong. Despite the time-consuming process, Tigan says she couldn’t be more pleased with how her pleated duvet cover came out!

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Ruffled Duvet Cover from Sheets

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Sarah from Neroli Blossoms sewed sheets into a duvet cover that’s so voluminous it reminds me of a puffy, white cloud! While this project may be pretty time consuming, Sarah says it’s not too difficult and requires fairly simple sewing skills. I can imagine the end result makes it worth those hours spent sitting at the sewing machine. I mean how could you not have sweet dreams in this bed???

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Rugby Stripe Duvet

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Debbie from Me and My DIY has been busy giving her son’s bedroom a makeover, and, of course, new bedding is part of the equation. When the blue and black striped bedding Debbie’s son wanted was sold out, she ran out for fabric and powered up the sewing machine to make her own. Debbie is no stranger to making bedding, and it most definitely shows in her craftsmanship!

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