Green bed skirt around the bottom edge of the bed and give a finished decorators look. The skirt of the bed can be of many styles of plain stretch of fabric for ruffles. For a stylish and tailored look, a tuxedo fold is a good choice. Pleated pleats are basically pleated horizontals that resemble the front of the man’s tuxedo shirt. The folds can vary in size from small and together wider and further apart. Remove the mattress. Measure the length and width of the upper part of the spring box. Add 1 inch to the length and width. This is the necessary measure for the flat piece that goes under the mattress.
Green bed skirt, add 2 times the width of the spring box and 2 times more than 4 inches to the length of the box spring sizes. Measure the distance from the top of the spring box on the ground. Add 2 1/2 inches. It is the necessary measurements for the strips hanging on the sides of the bed. Prewash fabric. Dry and iron out any wrinkles. Cut the flat area of the fabric to the size determined before. Mark a 1/2 inch line around the outer edge of all sides. This will be the seam allowance. Put aside. Cut two strips of fabric twice the length of the spring box strips twice the width of the spring box.
Green bed skirt, for one of the four slats with a 1-inch hem. Lay strips on a flat surface. Find the exact center of each strip. Mark with the pencil of the fabric. Measure and mark the placement and width of each fold, every 2 to 4 inches as a rule. Fold each pleating by placing one thumb and index finger in two marks next to one. Pinch the tissue. Fold down towards one end. Bolt in place. Continue making folds along the length of the fabric. Repeat in other pieces. Make folds that all oriented towards the same path on both sides and coinciding at the ends. Baste folds by sewing with a long stitch on top. Press folds of freshness.