Captains bed king – Finding the perfect one can be frustrating, especially if you absolutely adore just seem to come in king size and you need a queen size bed skirt. Do not panic, and do not settle for something you do not like so much just because it’s the right size. It’s not hard to resize king dust voyager to fit queen beds if you follow the steps below.
Wash, dry and iron captains bed king. Remove the mattress from the bed and set it aside. This is much easier with two people. Add the king size bed skirt to the top of your box spring. King size beds and queen size beds are as long – 80 inches – but there is a 16-inch difference in their widths. Align the edge of the bed skirt where the lining meets the ruffle (or skirt, if tailored) with the top of the box spring along the foot of the bed. Place it so that none of the lining would show if you put the mattress back on. Put some straight sticks through bed skirt and into the box in the spring to hold it in place.
Use straight pins to pin the corners of the captains bed king to the spring box. Once you have attached all four corners, reach left and right side of bed skirt to the left and right side of the box spring, adjust it so that none of the lining will show from below the mattress. Determine if you want to cut the fabric of the lining to fit the bed or if it is possible to collect it only. If you choose to collect the material, take a needle and thread and make big wool stitches along the edge of the lug at the base of the bed.
Anchors the stitches at one end, then push the fabric along the stitches until it fits the box spring properly. Do the same on the head of the bed. Sew the new wrinkles in place with your sewing machine. Calculate where you want seams show if you have a customized bed skirt. They are usually placed in the corners. Leave at least 2 inches of extra fabric for the seam allowance and cut from the head of the bed down to the foot.