Oversized king quilts are not made to specific size standards and two single beds can be of different heights. It may be necessary to add an edge of the fabric or seat if a downward extension is required; however, if a shorter quilt called a quilt would be sufficient, additional adjustment may not be necessary.
As the measurements illustrate, the oversized king quilts is longer than the double quilt. This price of 5 inches can be added to the abdomen pillows allowance. The individual bedding each requires 80 inches wide and the king spread is 130 inches wide, leaving a deficit of 30 inches or 15 inches by diffusion 7 1/2 inches on each side. By adding an 8-inch fringe or steering wheel to the outer edge of the double spread. And after allowing 1/2 inch for a seam on each side, measurements show that a king quilt could produce two individual quilts. If no additional fabric or trim is added, the double-sized blankets would leave 8 inches from the floor; enough to cover a standard box spring.
Take into account the fabric pattern of the oversized king quilts, if applicable. If the pattern focuses on the king spread, it will not be centered on the small beds, once cut in half. If quilting the oversized king quilts, or made of layers of filler and fabric. Finishing the edge of the cut will require more attention than if the bedspread is a layer of fabric only.