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  • Amy Wilson

    DIY ruffled throw! using 2 king sized sheets. Cute for girls room

  • Donna Salberg

    DIY ruffled throw using 2 king sized sheets. Feminine but not too over the top if in a neutral color scheme bedroom.-so doing this for the guest room!

  • Tanya Smith

    Ruffled throw blanket made with king sized sheets... Cute:)

  • Mike N Eve Brooks

    DIY ruffled queen sized bed throw out of 2 king sized flat sheets

  • Pamela Hoffman

    DIY ruffled throw - using 2 king sized sheets. Love this!!! something to keep in mind once i get a sewing machine.

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