Saturday, June 25, 2011

Pillow Mattress Tutorial

Several friends have sent me some amazing project ideas - they're all in a file and at some point I'll get to them (I swear!). Two days ago, however, my friend Tatiana posted this on my Facebook wall:


She found it on pinterest and thought I would like it. Welllll....she was right. Not only do I like it, but I could see an immediate need for one (why is it that you don't know you need something until you see it?). Since the one in the photo above is somewhere in England right now retailing for approximately $145 plus shipping...you know the rest, right? I'm super cheap.

If you'd like to pay $145 for it, you can get it here. If you'd like to make it yourself for a sliver of the cost, please see below:

First, I went to IKEA - here's my entire haul...one twin size duvet cover and five pillows.
The duvet cover was $9.99 and the pillows were $0.99 each (yes, you read that correctly). Total cost of this project? $14.94!! Who just saved 90%? I keep telling Eric I'm saving money, and he keeps asking me, "by buying things??" This is what marriage is all about, friends.

Step 1:
Measure. I eyeballed everything - I didn't even pull my tape measure out on this project. I liken this to my grandmother rationing ingredients at dinner...I don't know if she even owned measuring cups, but somehow the food was always delicious.

Here's how I measured:
Yep..."four pillows long" looks about right.

Step 2:
Cut the duvet cover to the desired width. Again, I eyeballed it based on the size of the pillows:
I ended up cutting the duvet cover exactly in half. Do you know what that means? I'll tell you what that means: it means that I have another pillow mattress just waiting for me to make it (it's probably going to wait a while).

Step 3:
Cut the top half of the duvet cover lengthwise so that the bottom edge sticks out a few inches further - like so:
The longer edge will fold under to make a pocket (so that you can't see the pillows when they're in the cover).

Step 4:
Hem all raw edges.
This was the longest step and it probably took 15 minutes.

Step 5:
Make the pocket. Fold the long edge (from step 3) inside under the short edge. I turned the entire cover inside out, folded the long edge, and then sewed up the sides width-wise (made about a 3" stitch at the top and the bottom of the cover).
Once I turned it right-side-in, the pocket was tucked neatly under the short side so that you couldn't see it. The widths of the long side and the short side match now (so I guess they aren't exactly "long" and "short" anymore).

Step 6:
Divide the cover into quarters by sewing three lines across the width.
This will make the "pillow cases."

Step 7:
Insert pillows:
Et Voila...a Pillow Mattress!

Here it is in it's new home, the "Princess Fort"

And here it is being used by the princess herself:

Really easy project - time commitment is about 45 minutes, and the pillows and cover are washable!

Happy sewing!

PS - here are the products used in the "Princess Fort." Enjoy!

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108 comments:

  1. this is perfect!

    when I saw that first picture I wondered what you would be using for material!

    gotta love ikea!

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  2. I love that fabric! I was so upset the last time I went to Ikea that they didn't have any in on a bolt - I didn't think just to buy the Duvet! ;)

    Wonderful project!

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  3. that turned out SO cute!!!!!!! and that's one cute little princess :)

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  4. Thanks guys!! Deborah, the duvet is DEFINITELY the cheaper way to go - that kind of yardage would have cost me at least $30 - even at IKEA - I got it for $9.99 since it was a duvet :) Hope you can find it next time you go in!

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  5. I love this and MUST make one!!!! http://runwithglitter.blogspot.com/

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  6. Thanks, Kelly!! I'm your newest follower - I hope you post pics if you make one! :)

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  7. This is awesome. I plan on adding this to my craft bucket list. Great job


    Missy
    http://www.lookiewhatidid.blogspot.com/

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  8. This is so cute, and looks comfortable too (:

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  9. Ok dumb question since I'm pretty new to this sewing stuff....... how about sewing 5 pillowcase's together (I see clearance area's popping into mind) and then just stuff them with pillow that way you could just take out one if something got spilled or something like that. Just thinking....
    Hugs,
    Vicki R
    sunraesban@yahoo.com

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    1. its harder to do it that way.... harder to sew lots of pillow together securely than to just run a stitch through the doona cover. though I do think your idea of having it open at the side to remove the pillows it good. I would maybe run some velcro or buttons on one side to make it easy to pull out the pillows.

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    2. what about sewing a matching piece of ribbon between each pillow case. Or what about using a pretty sheet. But what size would you use could you fold it length wise in half and sew each opening for the pillows to go in and then adding ribbon ties or velcro to close ends so you could remove the pillows to wash

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  10. Thanks for the great tutorial. I'm with you on the idea that as soon as I saw this I knew I needed it. But instead of being for kids, I need it for a long road trip we're taking with our dog in the back seat. This will make a perfect soft space for him and help make the bucket seats more level.

    Heading to Ikea sometime this week!

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  11. Love this idea! Love your blog too!

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  12. super cute idea! definitely going to pin this! i LOVE little reading area under the bed with the lights, too cute! do you have a blog post about making that??

    http://amykcreates.blogspot.com

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  13. Wowee - you guys are awesome! Thank you for all the sweet compliments...pretty sure my husband's not going to be able to live with my newly inflated ego :)

    @ Vicki - I agree, you could totally sew 5 pillow cases together, and it would work great! I don't think the look would be as clean, though...at least not at my modest level of sewing. With the duvet (or a sheet, you still have the pillow case "opening" so you can still wash the messes :)

    @Jayme - such a cute idea for your dog!! I love it!

    @Amy - Thank you!! The closest thing I have to a post on the "princess fort" is this one: http://southerndisposition.blogspot.com/2011/04/my-ikea-hack.html
    The little fort has undergone quite a transition since that post, though :) If you have any specific questions, please email me or leave a comment, and I'll get back to you asap!

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  14. this is just the coolest idea! I love the pricess fort, the lights above are perfect... I pinned it so I can save it until I am lucky enough to go to Ikea!

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  15. Question for you: For some reason, I just can't wrap my brain around this. When you say to cut the bottom of the duvet, it looks like the side (after you've cut it lengthwise). I really want to make a couple of these as they're adorable and such a great price!!
    Thanks, and sorry to sound like such a ding-dong!! (I'm actually a pretty decent seamstress! I've even made a roman shade from scratch!)

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  16. Hi Dawn - if you've sewn a roman shade, you're going to be able to knock this out in like 5 minutes! I tried one once...scrapped it within an hour (it was very sad). I am having a hard time figuring out which part of the tutorial you're asking about, but I want to help - can you tell me which step it's in?

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  17. I love love love this! Perfect to have for cousin sleep overs! Wow... I just may need to make these ASAP!

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  18. I LOVE this! I actually have it "pinned" on one of my Pinterest boards, too...now you've taken the guess work out of it for me. :) Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Step 3....this looks like the side, not the "bottom". i kept reading it over and over and looking at the picture, thinking you were talking about the bottom of the duvet. Meaning head=top and bottom=where the feet go! I can see now, that you mean the "bottom" as the part closest to the ground. I am probably not making sense with my explanation, but I do understand the tutorial now, and I guess that's the idea! :) thanks again, for your help! :)

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  20. My goodness! This one is a lot easier and a time saver. I love this idea and thank you so much. I have always wanted to make one for my little boy so I might consider this method. Thanks once again!

    Adin B

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  21. Saw you on Ucreate....Love this!!! I featured your idea on my FB page today! :)

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  22. absolutely LOVE it!!! thanks for sharing!!

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  23. Found your tutorial through Pinterest (and honestly had I not seen it on Pinterest I would have found it through U-Createcrafts.com because you were featured there too.) I love this idea. My son often wakes in the night and comes into our room and I always feel guilty making him sleep on the hardwood floor (but really there is NO room in my bed for a 4 year old). This will be perfect for him. I also have everything I need to make it today. Guess the laundry will just have to wait until later.

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    1. No room in your bed? Is your bed a twin with 2 adults in it?

      At least fold up a blanket and put it on the floor for your poor kid.
      And give him a sleeping bag to keep him warm,

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  24. Thank you, guys - I would LOVE to see pictures if you end up making the pillow mattresses!

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  25. Whoa - this is great! My boys would totally love something like this (and maybe my sofa cushions would actually start staying ON the sofa!). Thank you for sharing this project.

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  26. Thank you for this. I'm going to try it as an outside summer lounger for ME!

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  27. Awesome tutorial! I have to say that I am jealous of your Ikea though. The same duvet is $19.99 at ours. Still a deal though.

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  28. I made two of these after seeing your post. I didn't use a duvet cover though. I already had some fabric on hand and ended up using that instead. I made them on the fly for a last minute camping trip we were taking. They worked great! In your tutorial you showed that you bought 5 pillows but in the end I can only see 4 of them. That is all I ended up using anyway. Thanks for the idea! Each mattress cost me only $10 since the only pillows I could find were $2.50 each.

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  29. I just got a Kura bed for my toddler, so this will be perfect for her! I don't know how to sew but hopefully I can figure out the tutorial once the time comes! Thanks for taking the time to write all that out (with the pictures!)

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  30. After seeing the same post you refer to on Pinterest, I made this using 5 pillowcases and it turned out great. Don't get the cute look of a continuing pattern, but just used different patterns that matched and it was a cute eclectic look. I also got a 6th pillowcase that I put a drawstring on and store the rolled up mat in, like a sleeping bag. Makes it easy to take places that way!!

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  31. Hello Kendra, I thought this was a SUPER FAb idea and went ahead and made it- in under one hour! It was super easy and you had explained it very well. you can check it out here:
    http://dhilmaa.blogspot.com/2011/08/crafting-in-july.html
    Thanks so! I will be sure to come backto your blog aften!

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  32. Thanks guys! @the Glenn's - you're right...I don't know how I managed not to write about it in the post, but I only ended up needing four of the pillows! The duvet cover came with its own pillow case, so I put the fifth into the separate case and called it a day :)

    Dhilma - I will check it out!! :)

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  33. I've been trying to make this all weekend, but my sewing machine is not cooperating with me (meaning I cannot figure out how to get it to stay threaded). Wanted to let you know your IKEA is way cheaper than mine! That twin duvet is $19.99 at mine and the cheapest pillows I could find were $1.29 each.

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    1. I went to Goodwill and found a cute blue and white striped flat sheet for $3.17. Goodwill doesn't put things together in a set, so you can buy only what you need. I bought zippers and I am going to try and zipper the ends closed.

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  34. Simply amazing!!! Thank you so much for posting this with lovely pictures of the Princess Fort! Fantastic!!!

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  35. This is Awesome! I did what the original pinner suggested and sewed pillowcases together. You can see what I did here www.ticklemetoo.com I love this method and can't wait to try it with an old duvet cover I have sitting in a closet. Thanks!

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  36. Thank you for sharing this tutorial.

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  37. How do you enclose it after you insert the pillows?

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  38. I have absolutely no use for this at the moment but am ready to drive to Ikea to make one anyway. Because I do have 8 million other projects on my to do list, I'll just settle for adding the materials to my running Ikea shopping list so I get them next time I go. Thanks for showing us how to make this so cute and cheap. Maybe I'll send one to my niece for Christmas. The Ikea pillows would be very shippable. (mind racing, must make one, must find someone to make it for)

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  39. Thanks for this tutorial! It was a great starting point. Here's my post about doing the project: http://whisperingbrooke.blogspot.com/2011/09/made-pillow-mattress.html

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  40. Hi I'm really interested in making this craft. Where did you get the pillows? And is that what they are really called?

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  41. just wanted to say thanks so much for an easy tutorial! there were a few on pinterest, but yours came in a kind of language i could understand and i love your method of eye balling! my kinda girl and exactly what i did, using what you told us of course!

    my kids LOVE them and i couldn't wait to christmas to give to them! my 6 year old even helped!

    thank you! if you want to check it out, here is the link:
    http://roselandfamily.blogspot.com/2011/11/kyans-first-sewing-project.html

    gave you all the credit and hope i was able to send a few more people your way!

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  42. Awesome Pawsome! Seriously, the dogs would be fighting the kids for that place of honor! So cute and you just inspired me!

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  43. Thank you for a fun and easy tut! I love sewing without patterns and this is right up my alley. Thanks for sharing!

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  44. Thank you for your great tutorial!
    However, I'm pretty novice at sewing, and just can't quite seem to understand step 5.

    So is the back of the pillow mattress suppose to look like this one?

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-pCvmNTzqUe0/Ti8SNJCrF2I/AAAAAAABX1c/-WOSBN-ZEkQ/s1600/IMG_3434.JPG

    Thanks for anyone's help :]

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    1. It looks right to me! The "pocket" just keeps the pillows from making their way out. Flip it back over and you don't see it. I have also seen folks put a button on their pocket.

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  45. Love love love. I want to make one for my nephew's 4th birthday! Which pillows at IKEA did you use? Were they adult or kid pillows?

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  46. WOW...my brain went straight to a "pillow" top mattress cover for my queen sized bed using your idea of sheets! Then when friends crash at my 1 bedroom, I can pull it off and have an instant comfy topping for the blow up mattress! Thanks so much!

    Michelle

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  47. I love this...you're a genius! (and you just saved me 90%...even though I wasn't planning to make one until just now!).

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  48. I love this idea! Actually ... I used your idea after finding it on Pinterest! I haven't made the pillow mat yet ... but I liked the idea of the reading area under the loft. I linked to your blog on my blog posting about my "make-over". Thanks again for the Pinspiration :)

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  49. I'm just now finding your blog, and I LOVE this idea! We've been thinking about moving my daughter (almost 5) and son (almost 3) into a shared room. My daughter saw your daughter's bed and actually squealed with joy! And my son is young enough to be quite comfy in the bottom area. Then they can use it as a play fort during the day.

    And I'm making this pillow mattress asap for road trips to the grandparents' house. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  50. I finally found a duvet on clearance at Bed and Bath, 12.99! I can't wait to make this project. But must wait till I can find some cheap pillows too! Thanks for sharing, these will become my boys traveling beds when we visit family.

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  51. This is so awesome! Thank you for the wonderful tutorial - I can not WAIT to try it!

    Abby
    www.everydaywithhazelmae.blogspot.com

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  52. Nice!
    http://emmaenmona.blogspot.com/2012/01/grondkinderen.html

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  53. I made this for my kids and they love it. They really like it for sleepovers and camping out in their forts!! I didn't have a duvet but sewed 4 pillow cases together. Same end result except for the flap hiding the pillow edge.

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  54. love this! i found another tutorial for this same thing, but yours looks way easier!!! would you mind clarifying.... step two says you cut the duvet in half, and then in step three you cut the top half of the long side to be a bit shorter... so if I'm understanding correctly you ended up with a strip of scrap fabric? Just checking!!! Thanks so much :)

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    1. Hi Cheri - so sorry for the delayed response. Yes, I did end up with a tiny bit of scrap fabric :) Good luck! Would love to see pics if you do one!

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  55. I wish I would have seen this before I went to the fabric store. I saw the pillow mattress on pinterest and the tutorial I found on there was so confusing to I googled and found yours and yours is so much easier. Now I'm planning on doing a "practise" one with an old bedsheet then using my $80 fabric that I bought to make my daughter a cute one with little piggies (wish I would have bought a douvet cover now though). I'm going to use your style of eyeballing it rather that measuring and giving myself a headache. Thanks!!

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  56. This is soo neat! I am going to have to try this! I just bought a new sewing machine, so i will have to break it in! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  57. I love this idea and I am making 2 for my granddaughters, but I am a bit confused and I had hoped someone else would have asked about this so I wouldn't have to. You bought 5 pillows and I only see 4 on the completed pillow mattress. The only thing I can figure is that there are 2 where the head goes. Please help me out with this. Thanks for the idea!!!

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    1. That question was asked earlier in the thread: You only see four pillows because she only ended up needing four. But two in the head position doesn't sound like a bad idea..

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    2. Apologies for the delayed response! I think two pillows in the head position sounds like a perfect plan! I just didn't need the extra when I was making it. A twin sized IKEA duvet cover comes with a separate pillow case, so I used my extra one in that pillow case to compliment the mattress :)

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  58. I bought a twin flat sheet from Walmart ($5) and folded it in half. Sewed so I had 5 pockets. stuffed the pockets with $2.50 pillows (also from Walmart). I didn't have to cut anything. The twin sheet was almost the exact size I needed so I don't mind a little left hanging. $12.50 for the whole project. Took me a total of 10 minutes to do. I'm using this as a pillow top for my bed. It's SO soft! Gonna make another one for my niece's birthday!

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  59. Thanks for the awesome tutorial! I have made two of these from IKEA duvets according to your instructions. For the 2nd one, I made the pocket flap (the part that keeps the pillow in the case) much bigger (about 6 inches), and it works much better. The pillow is snugger in the case and it stays put better. Just thought I would share in case it's useful to others. It's a fun project!

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  60. This is awesome, how did you do the lightes and the drapes

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    1. Hi Celeste - thank you! I tied the lights with ribbon to the slats, and I hung the curtains on a shower curtain tension rod. Here's the post where I talk about those things: http://southerndisposition.blogspot.com/2011/07/making-princess-fort.html

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  61. Thanks so much for this! I have actually had the idea to do this, but wasn't sure how! Now I know! :) Thanks!
    http://dixie-n-dottie.blogspot.com/

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  62. great tutorial especially love the way you measure. I balk at measuring stuff. this is way better. I am planning a playroom/bedroom on the cheap for my toddler and this is fabulous. I was lamenting how floor cushions cost more than actual sofas and chairs. Your blog = problem solved. I also love how by using a doona cover I can actually match the floor cushion to the bedcovers by just buying two of the same cover. I can even have normal cushions to match if the set does that. thanks!

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    1. I don't measure anything - haha...glad to know I'm not alone! :)

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  63. In your opinion, would a sheet be just as sturdy as a duvet cover? I have my eye on a sheet set I like but am afraid it will not stand up to the wear & tear of my 6- and 2-year-olds.

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    1. Oh definitely - I've seen a lot of people do this same method with a top sheet instead of a duvet cover. It's easy to translate the tutorial into a top sheet as well (just fold it in half and apply the same steps. Good luck!

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  64. What are these flatter rolled up pillows taht you used called? I live an an area that doesn't have an IKEA, and I'd love to try to find a product comparable. Thanks!

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    1. The pillows I use are called "Gosa Slan," but I have every intention of replacing these with slightly nicer pillows sometime down the road. The price is great, though! ($0.99!)

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  65. How fun! Now if I could only find a cheap source of pillows!

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    1. Walmart has standard pillows for $2.50. Cheaper than new pillows at Goodwill. I used a twin flat sheet, also from Goodwill. I didn't want to pay for a whole twin set from the store.

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  66. I love this post thanks so much for sharing. I would like to make a few of these for my kids. I have a question thought. I read all of the previous posts first and no one else has asked. So here it is. What size pillows did you use?

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    1. You know what Tanya - I have no idea what the size of those pillows are - they seemed like "standard" ones. I would have liked to have used fluffier pillows though, and will definitely be replacing these with fluffy ones at some point. This is the pillow I used: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/80129179/
      (you'll probably have to copy and paste that).

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  67. I love this project. I was google searching how to make a pad for my girls to take to girls camp. When I found this great idea. I mentioned it and you in a post I recently did. Just wanted to let you know. http://jennylynndesignz.blogspot.com/2012/08/hoarder.html?showComment=1345908042680#c4831955730972493117

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  68. Okay! I love love love this! THanks for the tutorial! I'm off to buy some pillows, I'm going to use a vintage sheet I have to make one for my daughter to take on our upcoming camping trip! :) Thanks for sharing! :)

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  69. Thank you for this! I'm a single mom with massive student debt, and I just moved with only one carload of belongings. My landlords have loaned me a foamy, but I can't take advantage of that forever. But in the meantime, I can't find an affordable mattress. I'm thinking some version of this idea may be the perfect solution.
    Thank you!

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  70. Super! prenderĂ² ispirazione!!

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  71. This is such a cute idea. I am thinking of adding a strap with a snap so I can roll it up and travel with it. Thanks for posting.

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  72. Could you use the already open side? You know where all the buttons are to make one of these? And then on the other one use the flap? Just checking ... Love the Princess Fort, I may make a "Queen Fort" lol

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  73. i am making one for my husbands camping cot out of 6o inch wide bottomweight\ denim fabric
    fold in half turn over the long edge and sew on velcro on both sides for a closure. then make slots for king or queen pillows. its dec and he can not wait, he is worse that a little kid.

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  74. Maybe I missed it, but what size duvet cover did you use? Twin, Full/Queen or King? This is such a cute idea. I will be making one (or two or three) for sure!

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    1. Actually, I'm not sure if I mentioned it! I used a twin size duvet cover - it was the perfect width for two mattresses!

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  75. Really wonderful! Your princess' bed is kura? My son has it too! Great , I will try something like that. Bye!

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  76. Thank you for the tutorial! I made one for my son today and tomorrow I'll make one for my daughter. Good practice for us beginner sewers too!

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  77. I love the tutorial, but my question is about the lights. We have a Kura bed too and I want to hang lights under there, but am not sure the best way to attach them. What did you do?

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    1. Hi CM! I tied them up with little ribbons under the slats - here are some close-up images: http://southerndisposition.blogspot.com/2011/07/making-princess-fort.html

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  78. Brilliant! Thanks! (Totally having a "duh, why didn't *I* think of that?" moment at how easy the solution is!)

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  79. This is beyond amazing! I found your blog cos I'm thinking of doing the exact same fortress for my 4.5 year old who has the same Kura bed! Ps I love the conversation between you and your husband. Yup, 100% spot on!

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  80. Wow.I love this. I am going to make them for my outdoor chaise lounges that I bought 2nd hand without cushions. Wish me luck!

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  81. Soooo excited! I can't seem to throw out old pillows and have a space above our hot water cylinder full of them! I'm sure I have a single duvet somewhere too. One each for the girls yeehah!!

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  82. I'm not sure why this is difficult for me. I've been sewing for over a decade but I can't get this to work. Can we see pictures of the back? I'm just not getting it. lol

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  83. Thanks so much for the tutorial. I love it. Do you have a picture of the actual pocket where you insert the pillows. I am having trouble visualizing the finished look.

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  84. I love doing things on my own. I would love to make this for my kids but sometimes a great bed is always on the top list.

    mattress store pittsburgh

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  85. I would also like to see the side with the pocket. Thank you

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  86. I love this idea. It's the Saturday after Thanksgiving and our JoAnn's had antipill fleece for $3.89. I ordered 16 - $2.00 sale pillows from Sears (cheapest I could find), and
    picked them up this morning. I'm going to
    make 4 of them for my grandchildren. They should be adorable. Wondering if the pockets are going to work as well with this fabric or if I will have to improvise.






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  87. I love the idea of sewing pillow cases together, hiding the stitching with maybe ribbon or something and just filling with pillows and cleaning as required. This is a great website. Cheers Anna

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  88. Where did u get the cheap pillows.ta

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