Headboard for twin bed – Starting with set the size of your headboard. Add 4 – 8 inches to your width measurement. The headboard should include at least 28 inches above the level mattress. Select a piece of 1/2-inch plywood to fit your dimensions. Draw butterfly shape on the plywood & cut out when finished. Place the headboard on a flat surface on top of the batting material. Fold batting around the headboard. Staple it to the back using a staple gun.
Sew two lengths of fabric together. Hiding the seam of the stitching contrasting trim strip. Place headboard for twin bed down to the bottom of fabric. Position the fabric so that the center seam is aligned with the center of the figure butterfly. Cut the fabric to the dimensions of headboard; add 6 inches on each edge of the fabric. Pull the fabric tight to the back of the headboard. Then booklets until the fabric are stretched tight and secured. Sew two lengths of plain white backing fabric together. Place the fabric on the back of headboard, seam side down. Cut the fabric to the exact size of your table. Fold & staple the fabric under 1 inch all the way around.
Keep headboard about 1 inch below the top of the mattress. Measuring from 2 to 3 inches below the top of the headboard on the floor. Have legs cut from 1-inch-by-4-inch pine boards on a lumberyard. Line up boards. Place pins on the headboard for your goals. Power consumption in standby headboard up. Adjust the legs with the holes on the bed frame. Mark the position of the holes. Drill holes. Adds legs bed frame with nuts and bolts. Make sure the legs resting safely on the floor. Your butterfly headboard for twin bed was done.