Soft duvet covers are covered in fabric that keeps or comforters, comforters, clean and protected. In the measure of a fashion accessory for the home as a practical cover, the duvet cover has one drawback: it can be cumbersome and a messy looks if it is not placed and closed properly. The quilt tends to pile up or float inside the duvet cover. Take the time to fill in correctly and close the quilt cover to make for a more comfortable sleep and a more orderly bed. Place your duvet cover from the inside out on your bed, with the opening at the foot of the bed. Place your down comforter on top of the quilt cover.
Use the comforter clips to secure the quilt to the quilt cover in all four corners. Some soft duvet covers have fabric ties at each corner. You can use these to tie the corners of the cover quilt, if this method is preferred for the use of the clips. Reach through the opening duvet cover at the foot of the bed, and grab the upper left corner of the duvet cover. Pull this corner through the opening of the duvet cover at the foot of the bed. Repeat this process with the upper right corner of the quilt cover. Holding a corner in each hand, lift up the cover of the comforter and place it in its place, using the same action that would be used to straighten a sheet or cover a table with a cloth.
Turn the soft duvet covers so that the buttons are at the foot of the bed. This is generally preferred to have push buttons on your face while you are sleeping. Quilt cover button closed. For a clean and transparent appearance, secure the buttons so that they disappear into the fabric. To do this, pulling the button through the buttonhole towards the inside of the quilt cover. While many quilt covers use buttons like the zipper, others use zippers, snaps, hook-n-loop strips and simple ties. Buy a quilt cover that matches the size of your bed and comforter. If the cover is too large, the quilt will move and bunch while you sleep.