How to sew a dust ruffle for bed?

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I think that is what it was designed to do, but I believe most people use them to give a finished look to the bed.

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Try Singer's Simple Sewing Machine the feature of this sewing machine includes *A bobbin winder to stop the bobbin winding once it's full. *A horizontal spool pin that feeds the thread horizontally. *An automatic reverse lever, which allows you to sew in reverse and reinforce stitches. *An automatic ...

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Try making your own. Use brown paper bag or other sturdy paper to make the pattern. I would use strong upholstery fabric and a cording for the edges. Make sure your handles are secured well with maybe gromets to give extra strength. Put a peice of cover cardboard in the bottom for added stregth ...