Tutorial: Super simple ruffle curtains

Tutorial: Super simple ruffle curtains

Bobbie from A Vision to Remember shows how you can make these super simple ruffle curtains.  She uses pre-ruffled fabric so you won’t be basting and pulling miles of fabric to make the ruffles.  And, …

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Tutorial: Cafe curtains with fabric hanging loops and accent bands

Tutorial: Cafe curtains with fabric hanging loops and accent bands

Sew4Home shows how to make these café curtains with fabric hanging loops and contrast bands sewn across the top and bottom.  They’d be so pretty hanging in a kitchen or dining …

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Tutorial: Make tie dye curtains from queen size sheetsThese tie dye curtains that Angie from The Country Chic Cottage made are so awesome for a teen or tween’s room!  She shares a tutorial showing how made them from a plain white queen sized bedsheet.  One sheet will give enough …

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Tutorial: Relaxed Roman shade and London shadeAmy from Joyful Daisy shares a tutorial showing how to make a relaxed Roman shade and a London shade.  A relaxed Roman shade pleats up on the sides when you pull the string to raise the shade, but has a gentle drape …

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Tutorial: Hidden tab curtains tied in a bowMichaela from Covered in Mod Podge shares a tutorial at The Ribbon Retreat showing how to make these hidden tab curtains tied together in the center with a bow.  The hidden tabs are easily made from wide grosgrain ribbon stitched to …

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Tutorial: Curtain from a drop cloth, no sewing requiredAllison from The Golden Sycamore shows how you can make a curtain from a drop cloth, no sewing required.  The drop cloth is an inexpensive source of yardage, while a contrast panel across the top adds a splash of color …

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Tutorial: Easy window valanceAmy from Peek A Boo Pattern Shop shows how to make an easy window valance.  It adds a splash of color to the top of a window without taking too much fabric or too much time to make.  A curtain rod threaded …

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Tutorial: Make curtains from bed sheetsJenilyn from Grits & Giggles shows how you can make a curtains out of a bed sheet.  One queen flat sheet will make a pair of curtain panels.  Because the edges of the sheet are hemmed, most of the work is …

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Tutorial: Layered lace window valanceChristina from 2 Little Hooligans shares a tutorial at Living With Punks showing how to make a layered lace window valance.  It has rows of white lace in a mix of sizes and styles – though she suggests using wide laces. It …

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Tutorial: No-sew curtains in 15 minutesJen Chesnick form Say Chez! shares a tutorial at Therm O Web showing how you can make a curtain in just 15 minutes, with  no sewing required.  It’s a simple panel with a casing folded over from the top.  She …

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Tutorial: Box pleat window valanceKim from Exquisitely Unremarkable shows how to make a box pleat window valance.  She includes a rod pocket for mounting (instead of stapling it to a board) so it’ll be easy to change out later should you decide to redecorate.  …

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Tutorial: Make a draft dodger to keep the cold air outCarley Knobloch shares a how-to on Made + Remade for making a draft dodger to keep the cold air outside where it belongs.  You can make the long, weighted pillows to fit any door or window frame.  Go to Made +

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Tutorial: Easy window valanceAutie from iCandy Handmade shows how she put together this easy valance for her window.  The sewing is just straight seams and it can be made to fit any size of window.  It’s a quick way to add a spot of …

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Tutorial: Turn tab topped curtains into hidden back tab curtainsRemember when everyone wanted tab topped curtains?  Now, not so much.  Karen from Sew Many Ways shows how you can turn a set of tab topped curtains into back tabbed curtains where the tabs are  hidden behind the curtain panel.  …

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ribbontabbedcurtainpanelsOver at U Create, Kari shows how you can make your own ribbon tabbed curtain panels.  The ribbon tabs are sewn to the back of the panel, so they don’t show at the top.  Your curtain rod won’t either, as …

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