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The easiest way to put your quilt in a quilt cover

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I have struggled and wrestled for years trying to get my quilt into it's cover. I would get lumps and bumps or worst of all put it on the wrong way all together and I'd have to start again - please tell me I am not alone?!?

Today, I discovered a really quick, easy and hassle free way to complete this frustrating task. Check it out below!

Step 1: Hang your quilt on the clothes line and turn your quilt cover inside out.

Hang your quilt on the clothes line

Step 2: Put your arms into the quilt cover and reach to the corners furthest away. Using a pinching action, pick up the corners of the quilt and start to slide the quilt cover over the quilt.

Step 3:Using heavy duty pegs, peg the newly fitted quilt and quilt cover to the outside line.

You're already half way there!

Step 4:Take the pegs off the other end of the quilt and let it drop to full length.

Almost there, simply slide the quilt cover down the remaining bare quilt

Step 5: Simply slide the quilt cover over the remaining bare quilt and zip or button it up. That's it - no shaking, no wrangling, no lumps and bumps.

And you're done - how easy is that?

Give it a try and let me know how you go! Do you have any other tips for making this job easier?

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