• Measure your quilt and add four inches wide and nine long allowing for seams and hems. If you have sheets, just look at the dimensions on the package. • If you have chosen covers, I would advise not to buy two exactly alike. Make things more interesting buying patterns and complementary colors, so you can buy a new style turned from side to side. Do not be afraid to mix a little. • If you prefer to use fabric, you must put the pieces together and you will not find the necessary width fabrics. And here is where creativity comes into play. You can choose many models and colors and sew them together to make the surface of the quilt, you just want to measure how big they are "blocks" of fabric and go from there until you have enough fabric to cover the quilt. If this seems too much work, just use one or two fabric and make measurements. • Place the opposite sides together and sew wrong with a needle from 0. 6 cm upper sides. If a sewing machine is foreign to you, there are many types of glue on the market that will work. • You can create a nice big buttons closing up imaginary sewing, folding and stitching ribbons across. Make sure that it is a nice crease and then tie ribbons to buttons. Nothing could be simpler. To achieve a more rustic look, take strips of torn fabric and sew them where he placed the tapes. Fray, but that's the point. Your quilt cover acquire a more chic. Nora Nilda and I'm like writing about interior decorating. If you want to contact me or make me have any questions, here are my details below. A sander is a tool used in almost all projects that involve working with wood. Sanders can be used to remove large pillowcases amounts of material or finishes surfaces quickly and easily and create a smooth surface materials. But [. . ] Continue reading. . . .