King size headboard and footboard are decorative bedding that can link to the decor of the room and make a finished appearance bedroom. They also are an easy and elegant way to hide the mess under the bed, bed frames and box springs. More and home decor stores carry a variety of bed skirts to accommodate various decorative schemes, but they are often expensive. And from bed skirts is not absolutely necessary, many people choose to ignore. If you already have a bed skirt you like but prefer to use a smaller bed, I alter it to fit instead of buying a new one.
One measure of the length of his new bed skirt from a corner foot of the king size headboard and footboard and measuring along the sides to the bedside. Measured along the seam along the bed frame instead of the bottom for accuracy. For a bed skirt, the length must be equal to a king bed skirt to 80 inches. For full or twin size bed, measures 75 inches and mark with a pin. If the bed skirt has a design or a crease in the center must remain focused, you must remove the panel skirt fabric fabric (under the mattress) PBX using a seam ripper, which quickly cut seams without damaging the tissue. Shortening the side panel 2 1/2 inches from each end and replace pins and sewing along the line of the existing seam.
Measure the width of your new bed skirt standing from a corner of the bed skirt the King-size bed and measuring along the foot of the bed. Again, measured along the seam that follows the bed frame rather than on the edge covering ground for accuracy. For a king size headboard and footboard measures 60 inches — Size 12 narrower than the king inches. For a skirt full size bed measures 54 inches, and for a twin size bed skirt measures 39 inches. Mark with a pin. If the bed skirt has a fold design or it is centered, measure from the center of the lower panel and mark with a pin at both ends.
8 sew a seam along the cutting edges 1/2 inch from the edge. Stitch back or knots in the corners to ensure stitching. Lift the panel king size headboard and footboard on the center and side fabric, and then fold the 6 extra inches to the top panel of the bed (which was once sewn to the central fabric) meets the seam where the central web and the side panel join. This hides the extra length on the side to cover the edges.
Trim any excess margins and threads. Move the side pane of the main fabric. You should now have a bed skirt that resembles the foot of the king size headboard and footboard, except for its smaller size. Press the seams flat iron any wrinkles for a clean look.