How to Put on a Duvet Cover the Easy Way

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Hi there! One task that I used to dread is changing the duvet covers. It was not a pretty sight! I would end up brawling with my comforter and duvet cover and usually, they would win and I am knocked down for the count!

Well, no more fretting, I found the ultimate trick and the easiest way to put on a duvet cover, seriously!

I am sure I am late to the this party…

Many of you may already know this awesome trick, some call it burrito method, California roll, sushi roll, etc.

For those of you like me who haven’t been enlightened, here we go…


How to put on duvet cover effortlessly

Gather your insert and duvet cover

Turn your duvet cover inside out and lay it flat on the bed. Placing the opening at the foot of the bed.

If there is a pattern on the top of the cover, place the pattern side on the bottom.

Then lay your comforter on top of the cover.

Align the corners of the comforter and the cover at each end.

Then starting at the head of the bed, roll the comforter and the duvet cover till it reaches the foot of the bed.

When you get to the end, reach into the opening of the duvet cover flip it over one end of the corner exposing the right side of the duvet cover.

Do the same to the other end.

Once both sides are flipped over, flip over the middle.

Then just roll to the head of the bed and give it a shake. That is all to it!!

It really is that simple!

Here’s a youtube video of the burrito roll method to show you how easy it is to do.


So, what does this mean to me? Time to go shopping for more duvet covers!


This pretty cover has an adorable tree motif and colorful birds that bring a natural feel to your space


Th ese simple designs and muted color palettes of this cover blends the traditional style with contemporary pattern beautifully.


I love this linen duvet with is stylish in simplicity giving it a clean classic look


This beautiful scalloped design by Kate Spade is super versatile.


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Happy creating! Hope you have a great day!

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  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on May 13, 2021

    Hello there,

    Why not solve the problem altogether = 3 choices 1. Sleep inside the duvet cover instead of using sheets and pop the duvet on top. (If you don't like that look, pop a throw bedspread on top). 2. Go back to sheets and blankets. 3. Use a top sheet as well as the Duvet Cover (that way you can go another week before you have to change it again).

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  • SpudBread SpudBread on May 28, 2021

    This is the utmost & simplest process on the planet!!! I personally have fussed& wrestled with duvet cover "installations" for decades-- NO MORE!!!!!! Even Martha Stewart "herself" would be impressed with THIS technique! icon THANK YOU, thank you, thank you!!!! You're a "housekeeping angel" in disguise! icon icon icon

  • Betsy Betsy on Jun 02, 2021

    That's wonderful! The only problem I had was keeping the cats out of the duvet. Once they saw the opening, in they went :) It took me 2 hours to complete this. 15 minutes to do the turning and stuff, an hour and 45 minutes for the cats to wake up and leave. Cats, they're so helpful !


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