Earlier this month, we showed you our camping-themed bedroom and have been sharing all the handcrafted projects we put together to make the room extra-special. Today, I wanted to share another project from the room and my new video “How To Sew A Duvet Cover”. We designed and printed this fab wood grain fabric for the camping-themed room and it was a great way to create a unique bedding set for our little adventurer. My video below gives you a step-by-step guide to getting it right, so there’s no excuse not to give it a go!
Making your own duvet set offers you the opportunity to create any style, color or patterned set that you desire. And if like us, you fancy designing your own fabric with a company like Spoonflower, then the world really is your oyster when it comes to the possibilities you can create. If you’re loving our wood grain design you can pick up a length of the fabric here at Spoonflower. We used around 5.5 yards of the Basic Cotton Ultra to make one twin duvet cover. Our instruction PDF, at the foot of this page, tells you how much fabric you will need for other sizes of duvets and comforters. It also gives step-by-step instructions to accompany my video tutorial – so you will have lots of help along the way! So, dust off your sewing machine, get yourself the perfect fabric and make yourself, or a family member, the bed you have always dreamed of. Enjoy! ~ Lia