Making your own windows curtain panels gives you the opportunity to pick your own texture examples and hues. Handcrafted curtain panels can likewise give custom windows a solution for sporadically estimated windows that won’t fit standard drape sizes. They are very simple to make and you don’t need to realize how to sew! Simple panels can be made with just texture and iron on trim tape.
Basic Curtain Panels
The curtain ought to be a couple of crawls than your window. They can be a similar length as your window or somewhat more, they can even go right down to the floor. Here are some basic shade lengths to kick you off:
- Floor length window ornaments are perfect for a conventional lounge area.
- Curtains that touch and puddle on the floor work incredible for a family room or lounge.
- Curtains that arrive at the windowsill or fall just underneath it are ideal for the kitchen.
Wash, dry, iron, and cut your texture. This is a significant advance. Washing and drying your texture will help expel any starches and contracting. Pressing your texture will dispose of wrinkles and give you a smooth base to chip away at.
Overlay the side stitches down twice to make the fixes. Turn the texture with the goal that an inappropriate side is confronting you. Crease the long edges somewhere near 1 inch and press them level with an iron. Overlap them somewhere near another 1 inch and press them level again. On the off chance that you have to, use sewing pins to keep the texture set up. Topstitch the fixes down. Crease the top and base sews down twice.
Topstitch the fixes down. Pick a string shading that coordinates your texture. Sew as near within, collapse the edge as you can, and pull the sewing pins out as you go. Backstitch toward the beginning and end of your sewing to keep the string from disentangling.
Lined Curtain Panels
Choose to what extent and how wide you need your curtains to be. The blinds ought to stretch out a couple of crawls to either side of your window. They can tumble to your window, simply past it, or even right down to the floor. Include additional creeps for stitching for your window covering texture.
Pick a decent, designed texture for your panels, and a plain, slender texture for your covering. You can discover extraordinary texture in the upholstery segment of your nearby texture store. Plain, white or grayish cotton is an extraordinary decision for the coating. You can likewise utilize a bed sheet. Cut your curtain texture and coating texture. Overlay the side edges on the curtain texture over twice to make the fixes.
Fold the covering under the fixes. Ensure that the coating is cut down to the size you need your window ornament to be. Next, place it down on head of your window ornament board, straight up. Fold the crude edges under the sews and secure them with sewing pins Topstitch the fixes down from within collapsed edges. Crease the base sew of the blind twice. Topstitch or hemstitch the base stitch
Drape Panels from Bed Sheets
Pick either a full size or twin-size bed sheet. One bed sheet will give both of you window ornament boards. Twin size bed sheets are perfect, yet on the off chance that you need more full curtains, go for full-size. Ensure that you get level sheets and not fitted sheets
Washing and drying the bed sheet will expel any contracting, while at the same time resolving it will give you a smooth base to take a shot at.
Cut the bed sheet down the middle, longwise. The most effortless approach to do this would to spread the bed sheet out on the floor, at that point overlay it into equal parts the long way. Spot some substantial books free as a bird corners to burden them and keep at that point set up. Next, cut the shade along the overlap, start to finish
Overlap the crude edges over twice to make the stitches.
Topstitch the fixes down, as near the collapsed edge as you can.
Measure the curtain and make a mark where you have to cut it.
Take the curtain down, at that point cut straight over the base, utilizing the imprints you made as a guide.
Overlay the base of the curtain twice to make the stitch.
Topstitch the base stitch down and it’s done.