All you need for this tutorial is at least 6-7 yards of fabric, staple gun, and scissors. I found my outdoor fabric on clearance at Hancocks fabric for $6 a yard, major score. Outdoor fabric proved to be easier to work with since its more heavyweight and creates nice seams.
In this step you will use two separate pieces of fabric to form a crease on both side and in the center. I really love the way the pleats make it look more professional.
When I got to this step, I ran out of fabric because of the way the pattern was facing, so I have two pieces on the top of my table.
I just found your blog through the Nesting Place! I can't wait to be a follower and catch up on your archives!
I love this DIY table skirt! Is that a console table under there?
I found you at "Nesting Place" link and I am SO happy I did! I have a spot just crying out for this very treatment. Thank you so much for posting this "how to".
What kind of table did you use? Did you make the table? So cute!!!