|Anything would look better than this.|
1. Measure the three sides of your bed (if the head of your bed is pushed up against the wall, there's no need to wrap the skirt around the top). Along with the length from bed to floor you'd like to make it, determine how much fabric will be needed (For Example: the distance around the three sides of my bed equals 205 inches and I wanted it to be about 12 inches long. So, I got 90 inches of 45 inch wide fabric and ripped it into three 15 inch pieces, equaling a total of 270 inches of useable fabric. The extra fabric allowed for gathering to better hide any seams and imperfections. Make sense?).
if you don't have an old mattress cover to use, find an inexpensive piece of fabric the width and length of your box spring to use as the base piece).
|Claire always denies playing with Jack's calculator but now I have proof.|