Curtains. Tuesday , June 06th , 2017 - 14:00:36 PM
When it comes to fabric, you can find pieces of quilt or some old parts of different fabric to create a total country style look for your window and cafe curtains. All you need to do is to sew them in one fitting piece for your window and sew a rod pocket so you can combine it with your wood branch.
7. Cut and Fit Eyelets Cut out the fabric from inside the circles, do not worry about a little fraying as the eyelet rings will hide it. Place the eyelet ring in place, the one with the raised edge should be placed along the back of the fabric and then place the pronged section on top of that and press, till it fits in perfectly.
Cut two fabric panels according to the dimensions that you have calculated by using a pair of sharp scissors. Fold the bottom edges of the fabric panels by 2 inches and hem the edges neatly with a sewing machine. If you do not have a sewing machine, you can hem the edges by hand. When you are done hemming the bottom edges of the fabric, hem the side edges by tucking and folding the fabric edges by 1 inch. Make sure that all the folded edges of the side and the bottom face the same side.
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