How to Sew a Sink Skirt

Sew a sink skirt to hide unsightly storage with these simple steps.

Materials and Tools:



hook-and-loop tape
sewing needle
tape measure


1. Cut fabric to the desired dimensions, allowing for side seams and a bottom hem.

2. Sew pieces together for the necessary width, and sew side seams and a bottom hem.

3. Run two lines of basting stitches along the top, and gather the fabric as desired.

4. Sew a narrow, flat band of fabric to the top, and stitch one side of hook-and-loop tape to the band.

5. Attach the opposite side of the hook-and-loop tape to the sink/cabinet and press the skirt in place.

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