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    #1 Karmelitanka

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    Posted 02 December 2019 - 08:48 AM

    As a child, I loved the fort made of pillows and blankets.
    When I went to school, I forgot about it.
    Now I'm Little / middle and I want to do it again.As a child, I had a two-story bed. It was easy.Now I have a normal, boring bed.
    Do you have any idea for a pillow and blanket fort?
    How do you do that ?

    *Sorry for the mistakes - I don't want to bother my Tibbers after work - I don't know English well*
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    #2 Kaori

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    Posted 02 December 2019 - 08:56 AM

    You could use your couches ancouch cushions or a kitchen table, toss blankets over the table an put pillows an cushions under the table
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    Posted 02 December 2019 - 07:21 PM

    You can use clothes pegs to loop the corners of blankets around chair legs, banisters, table legs and hold them in place. Or to join multiple blankets together if you don't have one big enough. 

     

     

    Another idea is to use a double/queen quilt cover.

    Open the buttoned end of the cover.

    Use a chair or a broom or something to hold the quilt cover open.

    Place cushions or something to weight down the back corners.

    I'll draw up a quick pic of what I mean.

    It's like an indoor tent in the end. ^-^

    And you can chuck all your pillows and stuffies inside.

    Also works with a single quilt cover, there just won't be as much room inside. 

     

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