Best Fabric for Duvet Covers
Here are our fabric for duvet cover reviews
1. Cloud 9 Homestyle
This unique, 100% organic cotton fabric is a medium weight barkcloth. Cotton tends to be durable and is often a popular choice for bedding. The fabric is also very versatile. While it is great for making duvet covers, it can also be used for other accents like toss cushions, window treatments, slipcovers, bed skirts, upholstery, and more.
- The fabric comes in unique prints and is screen printed on textured organic cotton
- Meets the GOTS certification- only low impact, organic dyes were used
- Machine wash, tumble dry on low heat
2. Telio Digital Printed Linen
Linen is a great fabric to use for bedding. Not only is it usually quite soft, it’s also durable and breathes well. This fabric is 100% linen and is very lightweight. It is extremely versatile and is perfect for duvet covers, but also for apparel, window treatments and more.
- The fabric is soft, but has a slightly crisp hand
- Wash on gentle
- This fabric is digitally printed
3. Richloom Style: Cabrera
Cotton and linen are both durable fabrics that generally hold up well, but are also soft and sometimes even luxurious feeling. Linen and cotton can give a room that classic look, but they can also be used in creating a modern feeling for a room. This fabric has a beautiful pattern that can be easily turned into matching accents like pillows and window treatments, as well as duvet covers.
- The fabric is smooth, and is a basketweave blend of 80% cotton and 20% linen
- Extremely versatile- can be used for window treatments, toss cushions, bedding, and lighter weight upholstery
- Fabric is spot clean only
4. Telio Silky Noil Washed Viscose Linen Slub
Linen is a great fabric for bedding as it breathes well and is generally extremely durable. The fabric is medium weight. It has a soft hand and is versatile, which makes it perfect for apparel, window treatments, toss cushions, as well as duvet covers. Make matching accents for the bedroom or even for other rooms.
- This line comes in eight different colors.
- The fabric is a blend of 30% linen and 70% viscose
- Hand wash with cool water, do not tumble dry or use bleach, iron on low heat
5. 60” Poly Cotton Broadcloth
This broadcloth is a blend of 35% cotton and 65% polyester. It is a very lightweight fabric and is extremely versatile. Broadcloth can be used for many different projects including window treatments, apparel items, tablecloths, and other bedding as well as duvet covers.
- Fabric is tightly woven with a full bodied drape
- Budget friendly
- This line of broadcloth comes in over 35 different colors
Fabric for Duvet Cover Buying Guide
Duvet covers can be a great addition to any bedroom. They can be quite inexpensive to make, and it’s fun to change them out. The same duvet can be used with different covers to keep things fresh or change up décor seasonally. Many of the fabrics used to make duvet covers are quite versatile and can be used for matching accents like window treatments or toss pillows to match.
Easy to Make
Duvet covers can be quite easy to sew, depending on the type of cover that is being made. While more advanced duvet covers can definitely be sewn as well, even beginner sewers can likely be quite successful in sewing their own duvet covers. While store bought duvet covers can sometimes be expensive, fabric to make your own duvet cover can often be purchased for budget pricing, even when larger quantities are needed for double, queen, and king duvets.
When you buy a blended fabric, you often getting the best of both fabrics. Linen/cotton blends or poly/cotton blends are great for making duvet covers. Linen and cotton can be elegant, classy, and also modern. Linen breathes well, while both linen and cotton are durable. Polyester is another fabric that is quite durable. Linens, cottons, and polyester fabrics all come in many different colors, blends, patterns, and weaves. Many fabric blends are also quite widely available and inexpensive to purchase. They are generally versatile as well, so they can be used to make matching accents for the bedroom or even for around the house.