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Ruffled Bed From Bed Sheets

By: ReNew ReDo!

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Using just two king sized sheets you can transform your ordinary bed into something much lovelier. The Ruffled Bed From Bed Sheets tutorial will show you how to make bedding that's both pretty and functional. And since you're using such few materials, this is truly a thrifty project. No need to spend a lot of money to buy expensive bedding. Spruce up your bedroom with this simple idea.

Ruffled Bed From Bed Sheets
Ruffled Bed From Bed Sheets
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine

Intermediate

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For more home decorating ideas, check out Design Your Bedroom: 28 Tutorials on Sewing a Blanket, Pillows, and More.

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I have to admit, I was relieved when I read the ruffle technique because I have used it myself! It goes so much faster to fold as you go under the needle, and when viewed on the bed it looks so good! I would probably opt to use this more as a bed skirt just over or around the box spring rather than as a full bedspread but I do,like the look of the longer ruffle from top of the bed to the bottom! Great project, love it and thanks for sharing!

Duvet covers are easy. I made one from flannel throws for my comforter. This one is one I would like to make for !y bed.

Simply genius and beautiful. Wow. I have always done from scratch and you need a lot of open space for cutting the fabric for a king bed and tracing around the sheet on the bed makes it so much easier and pinning the ruffle on the sheet is easier than pinning it off. These are some great tips but I would ruffle the sheet before pinning. A great way to make your room look like you changed it. If you want to make it look even more dramatic add a wide ribbon on bottom or hem before you gather the ruffle. Great tutorial to follow.

Use a thin slice of soap for marking darker fabrics and a blue washable pen for the lighter.....also I think I would get a flat sheet to attach the ruffle to and lay it on top of the box springs and the mattress would hold it down..I have one with elastic and my cat pulls it down....

I think I wouldn't want to wash and dry all that fabric every week!

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