Added Nov 13, 2009
I bought this beautiful fabric at a local antique store quite some time ago and realized it was the perfect size for a twin duvet. I sewed a sage colored sheet to the reverse of it and made it into a duvet. Here are some pictures of it on my bed in my tiny dorm room. The pillows with the brown trim are also handmade but they were constructed not by me but for me by the woman who taught me to sew.
4 (ish) yards vintage fabric
4 (ish) yards green trim
1 full sized flat sheet
Buttons for closing duvet. Ties may also be used
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