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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Repurpose: Table Cloth to Curtain

Found this really nice & bright table cloth in the clearance rack at Marshalls and thought of using it as a curtain in the kid's shared room that I have been working on since forever...Yeah, curtain...why not?
I just measured how long should the fabric be to make it as a curtain.

Then my lovely mother, sew it.  She folded around 2 inches from the end of the fabric where I cut it.

Then she sew about 1 inch from the fold a straight line all the way across.
Then sew another straight line measuring about 1 & 1/2 inches from the first line.  Okay, it should look something like this after.
And that is it.  

Put in on the curtain rod and tada! 
 
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4 comments:

  1. Your new curtain looks great. I love the pattern. It's so nice that your mom sews.

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    1. thank you brandi, who would think that's a table cloth right? :)
      i am learning a lot from my mother in terms of sewing, it's very exciting!

      thanks for stopping by :)

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