Gather your material and lay it flat on the floor, right side facing down. Place the blackoutlining inside the fabric, with the right side facing up. Fold the hems over the blackoutlining, and pin in place around all of the corners and edges. Next, sew all the edges together to connect the lining to the curtain.
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Can I make my own blackouts curtains?
You can make your own blackouts curtains using our blackout fabric, or any medium-heavy weight, pattern/plain fabric. Our 285cm wide fabric has inherent blackout properties and is cut straight from the roll for you to make into any size for lining, blind or solution.
How do you sew blackout curtains to a pillowcase?
Since that blackout fabric is fairly thick, I wouldn sew it like a pillowcase if I were you. I would cut it a little smaller than the curtain, iron the edges of the curtain over twice on those three sides, and 榮lide?the blackout fabric in. Then, just sew down the three sides.
Should blackout curtains be hemmed before hanging?
If you want to make sure your blackout curtains are hemmed perfectly, go ahead and hang them before sewing the bottom hem. Then you can measure exactly how long they need to be or pin them to the correct length. Don forget to hang your curtain rod high?closer to the ceiling than the top of the window.
How do Blackout curtains reduce energy costs?
To save on energy costs: A consumer can save up to 25% on their energy bill by using blackout curtains year-round. They block heat from entering a room in the summer, and they keep the heat in during the winter months. Interested in exploring further? Check out our complete guide for best blackout curtains.