A few months back I made this kick pleat bed skirt for a designers client. The client recently decided she'd like to have a flat trim added to the bottom.
Normally trim would be stitched on during the construction phase, but since this one is already constructed I thought it would be a great opportunity to show how trim can be added to a "ready made" (store bought) bed skirt with trim adhesive.
What you'll need:
Fringe & Trim adhesive that dries clear and can stand up to dry cleaning
Tailors chalk or other fabric marking pen
Decide where you want to place the trim. In my case the designer specified 1" up from the bottom hem.
Using a ruler and tailors chalk, mark the placement line for the bottom of the trim.
Put a few pins along the attached trim to hold it down while you work your way all along the lower edge of the bed skirt.