70's sheets...to duvet cover

August 4th, 2010 in member junk     
crazymomluvsjunk crazymomluvsjunk, member
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I'm always picking up vintage sheets at the thrift stores.  I have so many of them that I don't know what to do with them.  I've had the same duvet cover for about 5 years (and still love it-bought it on ebay-made of vintage sheets)...I wanted something different.  I took two queen flat sheets from the 70's and made a duvet cover out of them.  It was my first attempt to make something like that.  It turned out so cute.  It's reversible so I can flip it over and have a new look when I want.  Plus I still have my other duvet that I love.  So many different looks for like $4. 


Pattern or design used: My own design - Rachel Knoblich
posted in: member junk, seasonal, vintage, cottage, funky, whimsical, bedroom, retro, chic, fabric, modern

Comments (4)

shamrockerin writes: great job! that sounds like a project I'll have to try someday. Posted: 2:10 pm on August 5th
LoniJacks writes: Great idea. I'll have to look at some sheets next time I'm out at a thrift store or Goodwill. I haven't sewed in some time but I need to get busy. Your Duvet cover is really beautiful. Great find, great colors.

Loni Posted: 1:40 pm on August 5th
CottageElements writes: Rachael, your duvet looks beautiful. Great find. And great idea to make it reversable. I purchased some sheets awhile back with this intention, but unfortunately my sewing? Not so good. Looks like you have that down pat!

Lani Posted: 11:50 am on August 5th
bluebucket writes: Fab idea! Very pretty.
doreen Posted: 8:32 pm on August 4th
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