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    Coordinating Comforter | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart. Sew together 2 flat sheets.

  • Elisha

    Homemade Duvet Cover tutorial from martha

  • kristy sandy

    See the "Coordinating Comforter" in our Fall Sewing Projects gallery..make your own comforter with two flat sheets.... wow

  • Shannon Woods

    Homemade duvet cover by using 2 flat sheets. Such a fantastic idea!

  • Teresa Sewell

    Homemade Duvet Cover - Martha Stewart Crafts -- Make a comforter cover out of two flat sheets. Place sheets right sides facing each other; sew around perimeter with a 1/2-inch seam allowance, leaving one short end open; turn inside out. To fasten cover, use twill-tape ties, buttons and buttonholes, or Velcro brand tape along the inside edges of the opening.

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