Method #1:Using two matching pillow cases,make/cut two small rod openings in the seams at the closed end of the pillow case,insert a curtain rod through the openings and hang. This makes a heavy curtain. Method #2: Open the seams of the pillow cases along one long side and the closed end of the pillow cases (or use a scissors to cut same).
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Can you use a pillowcase as curtains?
While it true that sheets and drop cloths are an excellent way to create easy decoration with curtains, pillowcases are even easier to handle because of their small size. And that size is particularly suited to cafe curtains. Pillowcases are often less expensive to use as curtains due to the small amount of fabric involved.
How do you make a rod pocket curtain panel?
Cut the sheets to the appropriate sizes. Create the rod pockets by gently opening each end of the wide top hem of the flat sheet with a seam ripper. Finish the rod pocket by folding the unfinished edges inside the pocket and securing with fusible hem tape or hand stitching. Form, iron, and pin the hems of the curtain panels.
Where can I get a tutorial on DIY curtains?
Get the tutorial at Lantern Lane Designs. These DIY curtains are the perfect window treatment for small windows. Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess. Adding back tabs to these DIY curtains gives them a more polished look. Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith. Made from fabric, these unlined curtains only require five straight lines of sewing.
Can you use an oddpillowcase as curtains?
Pillowcases are often less expensive to use as curtains due to the small amount of fabric involved. Many people have odd pillowcases leftover from older sheet sets, or vintage ones that have been passed down through the family. But even if you want to buy brand new ones, they will cost far less than the matching sheets would.