A duvet cover should fit the infill snugly - up to 6" smaller all around - to ensure that it doesn't shift. I have even put a king infill into a queen cover, with cosy results. Please measure your duvet, as infill sizes are not standard.
Material: 100% Linen.
twin 68" wide x 88"
queen 85" wide x 88"
king 106" wide x 90"
calking 106" wide x 98"
Care: Machine wash with a small amount of gentle detergent, not Tide. Tumble dry on hot or medium, and remove from the dryer while still very slightly damp so wrinkles do not set. Shake the fabric out flat and smooth it with your hands. If you can dry outside, let fresh air and sun work their magic.
The fabric, which I purchased in ciel, is strikingly lovely, a very subtle pale aqua and white jacquard weave, varied for textural effect, and tight enough to be durable. It washes well and looks great without ironing. The manufacture is careful and sturdy. The two invisible zippers closing in the middle is a clever, lightweight solution. I would suggest adding tie tapes to the inside corners so one can tie one’s comforter to the cover. I had to order the queen size because I have a full size comforter and no cover to fit it was offered. When summer is over and I need to insert my comforter, I will alter the cover to fit and add my own ties. Until then, the cover is being a beautiful bedspread and lightweight blanket, complementing my teal linen sheets. Thank you and thank you for the sale!