How many yards of fabric do I need for a twin dust ruffle?
4 yards 7.25 yards
|SIZE||DUST RUFFLE TAILORED||DUST RUFFLE SHIRRED|
|Twin||4 yards||7.25 yards|
|Full||5 yards||7.75 yards|
|Queen||5 yards||8.5 yards|
What’s the point of a dust ruffle?
A dust ruffle serves the following purposes: Hides or covers the box spring. Conceals the area underneath the box spring, which includes the legs of the mattress frame. It also keeps dust from getting underneath your bed.
Should a dust ruffle touch the floor?
A bed skirt should touch the floor in order to conceal any items tucked under the bed, the bed frame, or simply the sides of the bed.
How many yards does it take to make a twin bed skirt?
|KING (70 x 80)||TWIN (39 x 70)|
|14″ Length – No Repeat (18″ CUT) 21″ Length – No Repeat (25″ CUT)||3.5 yds 5 yds||3 yds 4.25 yds|
|14″ Length – 18″ Repeat (18″ CUT) 21″ Length – 18″ Repeat (25″ CUT)||3.5 yds 5 yds||3 yds 4.25 yds|
|14″ Length – 23″ Repeat (23″ CUT) 21″ Length – 23″ Repeat (25″ CUT)||4.5 yds 5 yds||4 yds 4.25 yds|
Do you really need a bedskirt?
A bed skirt complements or shares the color of your comforter or quilt to create a cohesive bed design. It lies between the mattress and box spring and cascades towards the floor. Without a bed skirt, your bedding may not cover any part of your less than attractive box spring and its unsightly legs.
How far from the floor should a dust ruffle be?
It should reach the floor (give or take no more than about ½ inch). The skirt hides the mechanics of the bedframe and conceals any items stored beneath it.
Should bed skirts touch the floor?
A bed skirt should touch the floor in order to conceal any items tucked under the bed, the bed frame, or simply the sides of the bed. Its primary purpose is to give the room a more cohesive and polished look while hiding any imperfections. For a more traditional look, let the bed skirt bunch up on the floor.