Line the duvet cover and the quilt up so that they re both oriented in the same direction. Take one of the larger straps or laces and sew it at the middle to the corner of the duvet cover as shown below.
Sew the hem tape in place either by hand or with a sewing machine.
How to get duvet cover to stay in place. You turn your duvet cover inside out and line up the corners with the comforter. Install them by turning the duvet cover inside out pinching a clip into place on the. Again there is no need to sew ties at the foot of the duvet cover.
If you do not have any ties inside it s very easy to add some to your duvet cover. Snaps that come with an iron on circular fabric base are sure to keep your duvet cover in place and they take minimal effort to apply. Once that is one you ll flip the duvet cover and fold the comforter back in.
I sew velcro spots on all four corners and one in the middle of each side and sew corresponding velcro spots on the comforter that s to be used inside. Duvet clips sometimes called comforter clips pinch the duvet and comforter fabric together at each corner. All you need are some long ribbons or twill tape plus a needle and thread.
Simply iron them on to both the corners of your duvet cover and the corners of your comforter and snap you ve got a cover sans slide. Reach your hand inside the duvet cover and find the upper corner grab it and bring the corner out of the envelope. A couple stitches through the middle of the ribbon is all you need to keep the strip in place.
Stitch two pieces of ribbon or twill tape inside. Another simple solution and this is what i do with all the duvet covers that i make in my business is velcro or hook and loop. For example king size quilts are subtly rectangular.
Making your comforter stay in place inside its duvet cover is as simple as tying the corners each time you put the cover back on after washing it. Repeat on the other corner. You then open the closing end of the clip and then compress against the duvet cover and comforter to keep the comforter in place.
Sew one piece of ribbon to the insides of each corner of your cover. You want to make sure the long sides match up with the quilt and the duvet cover in order to make the duvet cover stay in place.