Rustic bedding set helps keep the blanket clean and creates an elegant look for the bedroom decor. Often the blanket climbs or slides inside the lid. A cap that matches the duvet in size for proper fit can reduce the risk of shifting. A cotton cover over a cotton covered quilt can offer less displacement than some synthetic fabrics. Keeping a duvet cover in place can only require simple hand sewing skills.
Turn the duct cover out and in to show the four corners. Cut about 12 inches of monofilament thread for each corner, using scissors. Thread a length of monofilament through one hand needle and tie the two ends. Insert the needle into a corner of the rustic bedding and pull out the thread. Insert the needle near the first insertion point to form a loop. The loops can be about one inch in diameter. For additional strength, repeat one or more times for extra loops. Corner thread near corner. Trim two wire ends to about 1/4 inch with the scissors. Create loops for the remaining three corners.
Cut four pieces of twill or other strong bond with scissors. Make each piece about nine inches long. Fold a piece of tape in half. Mark halfway with a pencil. Sew this band at its marked point to the cover corner. Repeat this step for the remaining three corners. Two bands will dangle from every corner. Tie a pair of bindings through the monofilament loops at a corner of the bedding set. Repeat for the three remaining corners. Turn the duvet cover right out to enclose the blanket. Slide the cover into the lid of the opening. Each quilt corner should fit within a corresponding corner of the duvet cover.