I'm gonna say right from the beginning that this IS NOT THE APPROPRIATE WAY TO SEW A BEDSKIRT. This is the cheater way for those that don't like sewing. When it comes to projects I want it done and I want it done now. I didn't want to waste time measuring and figuring out how to make a bedskirt. In case you haven't realized yet, I am extremely impatient. I blame my dad. So, I cheated and made a bedskirt with minimal sewing involved. If you can sew a straight line, you can make this bedskirt, I promise!
I picked up a curtain panel from Target that was the perfect color match for my daughter's room. I took the panel and folded it into thirds to cut three even pieces. My daughter has a full size bed and I had fabric leftover. This method may work for a queen bed, but please measure since I can't say for sure.
I took the two pieces that were hemmed and pinned them right onto the box spring. Yup, I pinned them.
I do like to sew and can do things the right way when I take the time. If you haven't seen the London shade that I made for my master bathroom, you can find the full tutorial here.
I've also made many pillows (here and here) and there's the fabric bags I made for my kids (here).