Black and white bed skirt transforms your bedroom with a graphic, contemporary style or adds a simple and elegant atmosphere. A bed skirt can give your bed a finished and polished look, while allowing you to take advantage of valuable storage space under the bed. Bed skirts can be gathered for a feminine or straight pleated appearance. The manufacture of your own bed skirt allows you to obtain the desired quality and coordinate it with your bedding and bedroom decoration. Measure the length and width of your box spring. Add 1/2 inch long and 1 inch wide to the spring measurements to allow for seams. Measure from the top of the spring box to the floor, and then add 1 1/2 inches for the seams and hems.
Determine the total length of your dust flywheel by adding twice the length plus the width of the bed together and multiplying by two for a collected flywheel. Use the same formula for a pleated skirt, but instead of multiplying by two, allow an additional 12 inches for each fold of your black and white bed skirt. Cut the flat sheet for your box spring measurements, plus 1/2 inch long and 1 inch wide to make the platform for your bed skirt. Leave the top edge of the blade intact to save a hem. Use the sewing scissors or a rotary cutter and the mat to cut strips of cloth to the desired width. Join the strips to form the length you need by placing the strips on the sides of the back together and sewing 1/4 inch from the edge.
Press, twist the fabric so that the right sides face each other and join again 1/2 inch from the edge to form a closed French seam. Repeat as necessary with additional strips to form the necessary length for a black and white bed skirt to be folded or folded. Press your flat seams, and then press up 1/2 inch on the bottom edge of the decorator fabric. Fold again and the iron in place to form a duplicate tucked in 1/2-inch. Sew the hem in place. Repeat this procedure for the two short ends. Set up your sewing machine for a wide zigzag stitch. Keep a piece of waxed dental floss or 1/4 inch cable from the edge of the fabric.