A problem placing the queen duvet covers on the comforter. You may have difficulty sliding the cover on the comforter. This task is similar to putting a pillowcase on a double bed down pillow, but the quilt and cover are much larger. The easiest way to do this is to gather the sides of the blanket until you can slide the corners of the quilt into the deepest corners of the cover. Grasping the corners, one in each hand, shake the comforter down the cover over the comforter. Standing in a step of the stool sometimes helps so that you can lift the upper corners of the floor, and gravity can help in sliding the cover over the comforter.
A problem keeping the queen duvet covers. When you fall asleep with an inner comforter cover, sometimes the comforter slides down to the foot of the bed, leaving everything covered only with the cover, which would come close to losing your blankets and waking shaking with just the sheet. A solution to this is the safety of the cover quilt inside; Place three or four safety pins along each edge. Do not like the idea of piercing the quilt, however, and for good reason. Quality quilts feature a high density of threads so that the feathers cannot move their way through the fibers. Stings defeat this purpose.
Miss size and comforter cover. When you buy your queen duvet covers, take note of the dimensions on the packaging, and place this note in your wallet. Every time you find a nice quilt that you think will be ideal for your decoration, you can check the dimensions to make sure there will be a good fit. Some duvet covers can be labeled king or queen size, but they may not be the same dimensions as your king size or queen size duvet. Verifying a good fit before buying can save you from intense frustration afterwards.