Zip, velcro or button closed (depending on your cover). They make duvets now that are “cool” which means they aren’t very thick. I choose every product I review. I purchased the duvet cover in the video I shared at Schoolhouse. If you don’t have an IKEA here are some great deals on Amazon so you can get it delivered right to your door. I may earn an affiliate commission if you buy from one of my links, at no extra cost to you. It’s called the burrito method, but I’ve adapted it to add one step. They come in cool, light warm, warm and extra warm. I like to clip it at the top only, but you can always put a safety pin in all four corners. Here’s how you do it and a video to walk you through the process. Here’s what I ‘m sharing today: If you are like me you’ve tried stuffing the corners in and shaking, and shaking and shaking the cover trying to get it in the right place. 21, 2017, Dolly Parton talks to Oprah about the sacrifices she’s made for her career, Behind the scenes of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine trials, Passenger aboard 1st cruise ship to return to Caribbean has COVID, Tropical Storm Eta set to slam Florida for 2nd time, Georgia gets set for hand recount of presidential ballots, Despite Trump’s defiance, some Republicans say they’ll help Biden transition. Starting at the head of the bed, roll both the duvet cover and comforter together toward the foot of the bed. they comforter always shifted inside, and sometimes I was literally crawling inside and fixing things.

Once at the end, invert the duvet cover opening around the ends of both sides of the bundle (like a sandwich baggie).

Starting at the bottom roll the comforter and cover up to the top (see the video). There's no need to put it off with this simple trick to put it back on.Nov. That’s it! Your email address will not be published. How to Put on a Duvet Cover: The California Roll Way - YouTube Have you seen duvet covers where the insert bunches up at the bottom? The results are in: 6 hair products from the PEOPLE and TODAY Beauty Awards, Need to wash your duvet cover? I hope you will try this the next time you wash your duvet cover and let me know if it worked for you. to $89 depending on the temperature. The trick is to put safety pins in the top two corners of the duvet. Put a safety pin clipping the top two corners to the duvet cover. Required fields are marked *. I totally stayed away from these too. Why does this work? Turn the comforter cover completely inside out with the opening at the top. I like West Elm and Overstock duvet covers. For reference prices for queen size duvet insert range from $14.99 (unbelievable!)

Have you shied away from duvets because they are such a pain to take on and off? When you get to the top take each top corner and push it back inside the opening. I love the video and tips… I might just have to give them another try. They have the panels or squares (depending on the model you choose) to keep the stuffing from bunching at one end. When you get to the top take each top corner and push it back inside the opening. It’s impossible to get the darn thing in the cover and even when you do, it drifts to the bottom. Starting at the bottom roll the comforter and cover up to the top (see the video). I don’t recommend it unless you live somewhere cold. I don’t like to buy down because I hate it when the feathers start to poke through. You never see the insert sliding up, yet many duvet covers have ties at the bottom where you can clip the insert in. I went for years refusing to use a duvet for this reason. Then I found a trick for how to do it without all that shaking. Your email address will not be published. Lay duvet cover on bed with the opening at the foot of the bed. How to change a duvet cover without losing your mind - TODAY I decided to dive head first into the world of duvets. This happens because the weight of the bottom that is hanging down pulls the comforter out of place. I love the way duvet covers look because they can give your bed that luxurious look AND now I can get different temperature inserts?

Here’s why I changed my mind. I really like their bedding even though it’s very limited (and this one is no longer sold). If you found those directions confusing, be sure to watch my video where I show you how I do it. It helps to cover my costs. In Texas the summer is hot, and frankly it’s too warm to use a quilt. That’s a game changer. You can work up a sweat doing it this way. If you have an IKEA in your town, it’s my favorite place to get duvet inserts (not the covers) that are inexpensive. Down is very soft but also very hot. Put a safety pin clipping the top two corners to the duvet cover. Lay comforter on top of duvet cover.