Buying the right size cover for your Waterford comforter sets is essential. You go with one that is too small, and you will never be able to fit over the comforter; get one that is too big and the quilt will float around the inside of the cover. Bed sizes vary slightly, but only within a certain range. A king quilt will be wider and slightly longer than a queen to compensate for the width of a king mattress. Also, duvet covers can enclose virtually any blanket, but it is more commonly used as a cover and decorative element on a plain down comforter. They protect your Waterford comforter sets from wear, keep them clean and can act like a top sheet, as well as a blanket. They can also protect your skin from stray feathers that stick out through the quilt fabric.
Duvet covers are typically a little larger than regular quilts, as they wrap the entire blanket. Queen comforters are and 88 to 94 inches long. King comforters measure 110 inches by 96 inches. While the length of the king quilt might not be a problem, a Waterford comforter sets is more than a foot wider than a queen. The quilt and quilt are made to fall between the top and bottom of the spring box. Insertion, laid the flat quilt, and then twists the quilt cover from the inside out. Align the bottom corners of the quilt and cover, and grab one side in each hand. Shake the cover vigorously and direct it downwards on the blanket.
If you do not have an extra large duvet cover, you can still use the Waterford comforter sets as bedding. And then use a top sheet instead of relying on the quilt cover alone. If the quilt needs to be covered for protection, place a second top sheet over the first one and tuck in the smaller edges when the bed is made. Hotels employ this method all the time; and they use bedding and the base layer to create improvised duvet covers.