Wow! I did not intend on being away for so long, but Stephen and I both came down with strep throat on Monday and we’ve been out for the count!
Luckily I was able to make a decision and attack our dining room curtains since the last time I posted. THANK YOU to everyone who weighed in on our Dining Room Curtain Dilemma last week. You ladies have such good ideas and really got me thinking on other ways to improve our space.
So, without further ado, the winning curtain fabric was….
The green floral print!
The vote was pretty evenly split, but we just couldn’t stop ourselves from loving this fun springy floral, especially for this time of year. The best part is these were made from a $10 set of sheets and I still have fabric left over to use for our kitchen window treatment! SCORE 🙂
Here’s a little tutorial I whipped up to show how I made these curtains from a flat sheet. It really couldn’t have been simpler and took practically no time at all!
Tutorial: Turning a Flat Sheet into Two Curtains
1 flat sheet, full size
sewing machine & thread (or an iron & hem tape)
2″ wide white ribbon
Fold your flat sheet in half lengthwise, and cut along the fold.
You will end up with 2 panels, each as long as the original sheet.
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