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Rowley Connects - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Beth Merrill
13:54
first time
Jeffrey Ouwens
14:04
first time
Leslie Shultz
14:05
first time
Mary Humphrey
14:14
This is my first visit to Rowley Connects:)))
Gayle Vargo
14:28
First time here.
Judith DeFeo
14:35
First time, thanks
Donna Cash
15:11
https://bit.ly/Connecting-Our-Community
Jamie Terral
15:16
Welcome Gayle and Judith! This is a great group.
Jane Morrison Design
15:37
First time Here!!
Marcia Kennedy
16:17
First time as well!
Irene Nachem
16:31
finally made it🥰
Judith DeFeo
17:22
I make duvet covers all the time, want to see how you do it.
Nancy Walenta
17:53
I made an upholstered queen headboard using the Rowley Flex board. Finally, I made something for myself!!
Jaque Peterson
18:45
After 36 years owning my retail business, I sold it this week, and now I get to sew strictly to the trade! No more selling, no more worrying about what my employees are selling and telling people! I have wanted to do this for a long time!
Judith DeFeo
22:57
I use matching sheets for some duvet covers.
Jaque Peterson
23:33
When I am told to make a queen duvet or a king duvet, I don't know what size to make, because there are so many different inserts. Is there a standard size you use?
Jaque Peterson
25:17
I hope you will show us how you get the insert inside the cover!
Theresa Harmon
27:17
Maureen has her "hand" up
Mary Beth Merrill
28:43
how many snaps along side for a king size
Gina A. della Chiesa Beyond Windows
29:52
Don't you have to add extra length since there is fullness/thickness/puff to the insert?
Jaque Peterson
30:35
Do you make the cover exactly the same size as the insert?
Jaque Peterson
32:09
speaking of cutting down the inserts, I recently did a job for the Broadmoor hotel, cutting down 1100 DOWN duvets in width and length. They ordered them wrong, and it was cheaper to pay me than reorder! I got myself a new kitchen for it!
Judith DeFeo
34:22
Overstock has nice down duvets
Valerie Desjardine
43:57
I joined a little late, Did you talk about what type of lining you typically use?
Theresa Harmon
44:19
not yet
Willy Byrd
45:26
Do you ever use Velcro on anything? I use it on pillows and slipcovers.
Judith DeFeo
54:00
I almost always use sheets as lining, no seams and many thread counts.
Valerie Desjardine
54:01
Where do I find the video for making the duvet you are referring to?
Nancy Walenta
56:35
So when the designer made a mistake like the extra heavy king duvet cover, who pays for the remake? Do you give a discount for the second duvet cover?
Paula Reams
56:53
It’s a great webinar! :)
Jamie Terral
01:00:52
These samples are great! Those would be so helpful to have! Love the green/purple--really love all of them.
Nancy Walenta
01:01:04
How are those pleats sewn?
Nancy Walenta
01:01:40
The pleats at the bottom of the duvet?
Teresa Nieswaag
01:04:20
I have sewn only basic duvets. You have so many great ideas!
Amy Cziraky
01:06:16
What would the drop be if you did a boxed duvet?
Jamie Terral
01:06:23
Do you have these samples on FB or Instagram?
Paula Reams
01:10:50
Thank you soooo much for sharing your samples! I love everyone and can’t wait to start making these!!
Jaque Peterson
01:12:01
I cant figure out, what is a boxed duvet
Mary Beth Merrill
01:12:33
Great webinar!!! Thank you!
Judith DeFeo
01:13:04
Long time Rowley customer, thanks so much for great info.
Jaque Peterson
01:13:32
what do people charge for duvets
Amy Cziraky
01:13:34
Love the interactive format!!
Donna Cash
01:13:51
https://bit.ly/Connecting-Our-Community
Shirleen DiFonzo
01:14:00
Thank you very much! Lovely webinar...
Willy Byrd
01:14:00
Thank you again!!
Mary Humphrey
01:14:08
Thank-you, Donna!
Melinda Williams
01:14:21
Thank you for your time and ideas!!
Theresa Harmon
01:14:34
Thank you Donna. Great info!
Jo Moore
01:14:37
Thanks!
Teresa Nieswaag
01:14:48
Love "artistic fabricator"
Nancy Walenta
01:14:50
Thank you.