A handmade crochet bed skirt dresses up your bedroom with a note of old-fashioned romance. The function itself can act as a daunting project but overcoat cotton, which is thicker than most active strands, helps to reduce the strain on the eyes and cut down on working hours. The pattern uses double crochet and chain stitches to create a glance of varying open and filled filet meshes. Advanced crochets can dress up without frills patterns by working in the form of motifs from a filet chart.
Place the duvet over a queen size box spring or mattress. Pull a line around the top edges of the sheet with a fabric marker to establish a seam line. Take the magazine from the spring box. Wood weave needle with overcoat cotton. Sew along the marked line on both sides and bottom using crochet bed skirt blanket or drive stitches. This creates a base line for your first row in crocheted meshes. Use manageable lengths of thread – no more than 1 yard – to avoid tampering and attach each length with a knot to secure it. Space the stitches evenly along each side and bottom of the sheet, about five meshes per inch.
Draw a loop of overcoat cotton, through a stitch in one corner of the sheet. Wrap the yarn over the hook and pull it through the loop to secure it. Make 3 air masks, and then work in the next stitch. Make three air masks and only crochet bed skirt set in each stitch around the three sides of the sheet. Make five chain stitches. This is counted as a double stitch and two chain stitches. Make a double work in the next single work stitch. Make two cross stitches and double work in next single work stitch. Repeat two chains, double work until you reach the first corner. Make two chain stitches, double stitch in the corner sew again to turn the corner. Work the remaining two sides in the same way. Chain three and turn.
Make two double crochet bed skirt meshes in the next chain-2 space. Double works in the next double function. Make two chain stitches. Make a double work in the next double work stitch. Repeat stitches around three sides. Chain five and turn. Jump the next two double work stitches. Double work in the third double stitch. Make two double crochet stitches in the next chain-2 space and in the next double crochet stitch. Repeat around three pages. Chain three and turn. Repeat the last two lines until the dress measures 11 inches from the beginning.