Steps To Make Ivory Bed Skirt For Baby Crib – An ivory bed skirt for baby crib adds a sweet touch to the decor of a nursery. The ruffled skirt also lets you save items under the bed without filling up the appearance of the room. Crib styles vary greatly, but they all have one thing in common: a feather or other base as the mattress is located. This bedside skirt has a rectangle of fabric size of the bed mattress to like a skirt in a custom length is sewn. The ruffle is divided into four sections to accommodate crib legs. You do not have to attach anything permanently to the bed, and you can pull the skirt off as easily as taking a sheet to throw it in the washing machine. You need: Measuring tape, Lightweight fabric, Saks, needles, Wire, and Sewing machine.
Instructions to make ivory bed skirt for baby crib ruffle measure the length and width of the bed base that the mattress is on. Cut a rectangle of fabric ½ inch larger around. Measure the distance from the top of the mattress base to the floor. Add 2 inches. Cut four pieces of fabric at this width, two pieces three times as long as the mattress base length and two pieces three times as long as the mattress base width. The long pieces go over the front and back of the bed. The short pieces go over the foot and head of the bed.
Next steps to make black and ivory bed skirt for baby crib ruffle for each piece create a narrow edge on each short side by folding over 1/2 inch twice and sewing down. These are the ends that will be in the corners. Also on each piece, fold up ½-inch and then 1-inch on a long side to make a bottom home. Using a collection of attachments on the sewing machine, or by sewing long loose stitches and pulling the threads to manually thread the fabric, gather the unfinished edge of a long piece until its ruffled length is that on the front of the mattress base piece. Repeat for each of the other three pieces, which corresponds to the length of the coordinating page.
Next steps to make black and ivory bed skirt for baby crib ruffle from cotton correct, pin up the pieces to the four sides of the rectangle. Use a 1/2 inch seam; sew each piece to the rectangle. Use a zigzag stitch to sew over rough edges to prevent raveling. Lock the rectangle on the mattress base, so that ruffled the edges to fall onto the floor. Put the mattress over the rectangle of fabric.