Adding the beautiful final touch of a simple, but enchanting, bed canopy for the crib is the crowning glory of a beautiful baby nursery. Most parents live for the day that they can prepare a nursery for their new baby. Hours are spent looking over color charts and furniture suites. Weekends are filled with painting murals and shopping for the perfect light fixture or bedding collection. Step 1 - Select Your Fabric Depending on the colors in the nursery, select 2 fabrics that are complimentary.
If the nursery is already very busy you can forgo the complimentary fabrics and select 2 pieces of a solid color fabric. Two soothing prints in a beach-themed nursery will work well together.
If hot oranges and pinks are used in the nursery, prints incorporating browns and yellows will compliment the current color scheme. Make sure to let your personality shine through here. If you like to take chances this is the time to do it. Depending on the size of the crib in the nursery you may want to go for a larger or smaller canopy. A canopy this size should fit nicely above an average size crib. Determine the size of the canopy and cut the fabric accordingly.
Step 2 - Sew Fabric Together Lay the fabric one atop another with wrong sides facing.
Topstich the fabric together on one end very close to the edge. Using your twill tape, wrap the edges of the fabric. Make sure to miter sew the corners to create an almost invisible seam. Sew the twill tape in place.
Fold the canopy crosswise. At the folded edge, measure in 1 inch and form a topstitch across the create an opening for the dowel.
Wheels attached to a bedpost or feet. Using one color or non-color in this case to decorate a room can be tricky, so you might need a few tips when decorating with all-white color.
Step 3 - Add Dowel Push the dowel through the channel opening. Screw one screw eye into each end of the dowel.
Step 4 - Mount Dowel in Ceiling In the ceiling above the crib, place 2 more screw eyes using the drill and mounting anchors.
These screw eyes will suspend the dowel from the ceiling. Attach the monofilament wire to the screw eyes at each end of the dowel and attach to the screw eyes in the ceiling. Adjust the height of the dowel to your liking. Step 5 - Attach to the Crib The Velcro is going to be used to secure the canopy to the crib. Adhere 2 Velcro tabs to each side of the crib. Sew the matching Velcro piece to the inside of the canopy. Secure the canopy to the sides of the crib.
This simple and elegant canopy will add a sweet touch to any nursery. Make sure that once your baby can stand you remove the canopy.
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