Metallic Silver Comforter Ideas
Metallic Silver Comforter for your quilt or comfort is a great way to add years to your life. Probably the cheapest way to make a blanket is to use flat sheets the same size as the blanket. The sheets are actually larger than the blanket, so you can easily cut the two sides of the lid from two sheets. These instructions are for a queen size arena that is 92 inches square. You can easily change directions to make other duvet sizes. Sew along the other three sides of the lid, making the seam 5/8 inches from rough edges. Turn the cover on the right side.
Iron sheets to remove folds that interfere with exact measurement and cutting. Place a sheet on the floor or a large work surface and mark a rectangle 93 inches wide and 95 inches long with a fabric marker. Avoid hails of the Metallic Silver Comforter as you mark the rectangle. Cut out the rectangle. Repeat with the second sheet. Fold over a shorter side of a rectangle one inch. The fabric should be folded so that you can see a one-inch strip of the right side of the sheet along the edge of the wrong side of the sheet. The right side of the sheet is the one you see when the duvet is on the bed. Sew the harness using a sewing machine. Repeat to make a hem along a short side of the second rectangle you have cut.
Beat a piece of Metallic Silver Comforter so the right side is facing up. Pin a 69-inch long strip of snaps along the trunk you just made. The strip should focus on the short side of the fabric so that you have about 12 inches of fabric on each side of the strip. Do the same with another strip of snaps along the hem of another piece of cloth. Make sure that two bands are aligned so that snaps fit together. Sew strips of fabrics to pieces using a sewing machine with a zipper foot. The zipper foot allows you to sew along the belt without interfering with snaps. Put two pieces of cloth together so that the right sides face, and the two edges of the snaps are aligned.