Antique White Ruffle Bed Skirt

How to Sew White Ruffle Bed Skirt

White ruffle bed skirt – A bed skirt with decorative ruffles not only adds to the style of your bedroom, but also hides under your bed views to allow storage or less-than-tidy cleaning to go unnoticed. By making a ruffled bed skirt at home with your sewing machine you can select any type of fabric you choose from a fabric store instead of limiting yourself to the pre-made bed edges that often only come in solid colors or current fashion patterns. Measure the length and width of the mattress of your bed and add 1 inch to the length. Buy and cut a piece of muslin broad to this size, or measure and cut a flat sheet of age that you no longer use at this size.

Fold one of the edges along the width of the muslin or sheets to the back by 1 inch. Pin the lid in place and sew to create a hem. Remove the pins. Measure the distance between the ground and the top of the spring frame. Add an inch to this measurement to find the bandwidth of your socket. Multiply the length of the bed at 3 and the width of the bed by 1.5. Add these two measurements together for the total length of the white ruffle bed skirt bordering you need. Cut the fabric of the hive into strips as long as possible and as wide as determined. Sew the strips together until you reach the necessary length.

Extend the strip of material from the hive on a flat surface with the front side facing down. Fold over the two short edges and one of the long edges by half an inch and the pin of the lid in place. Sew white ruffle bed skirt the folds and remove the pins. Place an initial corner of the raw edge of the flying strip on the needle of the machine with the back facing up. Run a piece of string or deal 1/4 inch from the edge and sew a zigzag stitch along the entire rough edge of the strip to turn the chain in place.