If you need to buy or make a rustic bedding king, it is important to first measure your quilt so you don’t end up with a cover that is either too big or too small. Most duvets have about the same dimensions for each size, but they can vary greatly from manufacturer to manufacturer. Take a few minutes to measure your quilt, and you won’t end up with a cover that doesn’t fit.
Lay your bedding king out flat on the floor. Gently pull each corner to ensure that wrinkles and fillings are smooth and smooth. Measure the blanket by locking the tape measure on an upper corner, then rolling it to the other top corner. Write down the measurement in inches. Measure one side of the blanket in the same way, by locking the measuring tape at the top corner, then rolling it to the bottom corner.
Write down the measurement in inches. Repeat the procedure for the other two sides. This step may seem superfluous, but it is necessary because many rustic quilts are sewn unevenly. Average end measurements by adding them together then dividing by two. Repeat for the side measurements. Write down your final result. Using a measuring tape with a locking mechanism makes the measurements much easier. Double-check all your measurements; it is easy to make mistakes.