You need new queen bed comforter sets for your double bed, but with the rise in prices you can not afford to buy one. You can actually make a pretty cheap one, and it’s going to be as nice and warm as the one you bought it from. Try to make this simple seamless model and you will do more in a short time. You will have to sew your yardage together to make an 83 by 87 inch overall size. Do not worry about the seams. They can be incorporated into the design. Place the solid piece of cloth on the ground or on a large flat area of the same size. The solid color side should face the ground.
Place the batting down on the piece of solid material. Be sure to keep batting at least 1/2 inch from the edge of the fabric. Place the patterned piece of fabric over the batting with the right side facing up towards you. Pin the three pieces together. To make a border around your queen bed comforter sets, take the wide edging, like a lace, or something similar and place it under the top layer of the quilt. Be sure to keep in a straight line as you work. Remove the pins if you have to replace them and to keep the socket or edge in place as you work.
Now it’s going to start at an edge of the border. Remove the bolts from a desired section, say four inches. Holding everything carefully, place a strip of hem tape against the material on the top and press firmly. Next, press the hem tape against the lace edge firmly. This hems in place. Repeat the same process below the lace, connecting it to the bottom material. Continue all the way around the quilt, small work areas at a time. Once the quilt is limited in all directions, iron the border to create a smooth edge. Use the quilt thread and with the right side of the quilt top, thread a needle with approximately 4 inches of thread. Place a tie anywhere on the top of the queen bed comforter sets.