You may remember my drop cloth curtain post a while back. I actually still love them and hemmed them a bit shorter to touch the floor rather than bend at the floor. I had scraps from the many bleached drop cloths I used, in particular some strips about 20" wide with the finished hemmed edge left in tack. (As it came out of the package- no sewing involved.) To make it look a bit more purposeful/custom I put a 1" grosgrain ribbon detail 1" up from the hem around all the pieces.
Begin with glueing the ribbon to the fabric with Liquid Stitch. Then start stapling the unfinished edge to the boxspring cover (in my case, it had a wooden edge) so that the finished edge of the bedskirt just touched the floor. Easy.
When you get to the corner you fold back about 4" to make a pleat and staple.
Then you do that on the other side:
Then you make the middle pleat (if you want, or leave it smooth on the end of your bed) by folding back 4 inches, stapling and repeating a fold on the right matching it at center.
I hope this helps you to make your own bedskirt with no sewing involved!
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