Silva Vinh. Curtains. January 27th , 2017.
1. Choose a Fabric Buy a fabric of your choice to make eyelet curtains. Depending on the room for which it is, choose a color and fabric, there are also many interesting curtain patterns. It is always better to go in for a lightweight or medium weight fabric, such as sheer cotton, linen, organza and lace. If the fabric is too heavy, the eyelet tape may not be able to withstand the weight of the fabric. If you want a heavy fabric in particular, then remember to take eyelets and a tape accordingly.
Now, slide the clear valence clip down over the front side of the blind head rail. Keep the long side facing the room.
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.
After the long strip, I cut the strips in half and make them two strips. Then I folded the strips in half then iron them neatly. Then I aligned the unfinished edge of the trim fabrics with the right side of the panel edge. Then I sewed them using the 1/2 inches inseam. After sewing iron them again.
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