Keeping Blankets from Sliding on the Bed?

January 12, 2018

How do I keep my velour blanket from sliding down my bed? The rest of the covers stay in place, and the blanket is in between the sheet and the comforter.



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January 12, 20180 found this helpful
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There aren't very many ways to keep this from happening because they are kind of slippery for whatever reason.You could try safety pinning them to your sheet from the top and under the comforter or to the comforter from the bottom side since your sheet will be between you and the blanket.

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My mum safety pins hers at the corners that are far from the body.

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I would use velcro to attach onto the sheet this will hold it in place.

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November 28, 2021

I am a restless sleeper. Keeping the bed covers straight is a big problem. I might awaken cold with the spread in the floor, the blanket in a wad at my head and the top sheet at my feet.

I need some way to keep the covers aligned. I have an idea in mind but need some help with the details. Imagine a notebook, say a three ring binder holding four sheets of paper, The four sheets represent a top sheet, two blankets and a spread. The rings going through the holes in the paper keep it aligned.

I want to align the covers, cut four or five holes on one side through all layers, just like the paper, and then put a binder ring or cord through each. The covers could be easily separated for washing.

I've no doubt it would work well but I'm worried about the holes fraying. I'm thinking of some kind of metal grommet for each quarter size hole in each cover.

I don't know where to get the grommets and I don't know if there's a type that I can snap or hammer in place and doesn't require a tool for setting the grommets.

Any ideas, anybody?


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November 30, 20211 found this helpful
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Grommets WILL work, but I would use smaller ones than what you would use on a tarp. Something like smaller eyelets. These can be purchased through JoAnn Fabrics.


You could also try sew-in velcro on each layer. Also, if you have a sewing machine that does button holes, you could use buttons and button holes so that you can button the layers together.
Good luck with your project.

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