So when I seen my local store had the Patchwork Design table clothes I purchase two of them to make valences for my windows and doors that have windows for my kitchen. I have written out how I made my farmhouse style kitchen curtains - Pioneer Woman Inspired.
Here is the tablecloth I purchased.
Here is a valence I made for the door with a window.
I used wide pocket curtain rods for the curtains. I measured the width and the length where I wanted to curtains to come on windows. I hemmed top and bottom. Then I folded down 5 1/4 inches and stitched that
Here I am stitching the part I folded over.
I used a few pins to hold it down ( since I dislike pins). I measured every now to make sure I was still on target.
For the top flange part above the pocket rod I need to sew a straight line 1 1/4 down from the top of the fabric. For me to do this and keep the fabric straight I used a piece of painters tape and placed on the sewing machine as my guide.
Here is photo finished product showing the flange part of the top of the curtain.
Here is the painters tape for my guide
Here you can see me sewing and using the painters tape as my guide
Here are photos of the finished product - Pioneer Woman inspired Kitchen Curtains made from the fabric from purchased Pioneer Woman Patchwork Design tablecloth
These curtains match my Faux wood sign I made ( I made a tutorial on another blog on how I made the wall decor)
Now need to make some more wall decor for my other walls to coordinate curtains and this sign.
Good things come to those that wait.....cause I waited a long time. I hope you have enjoyed this DIY tutorial on how to make curtains - Farmhouse style Pioneer Woman Inspired Kitchen Curtains.
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