- Fabric (I used outdoor fabric because its thick and heavy, but you can use whatever you love most)
- Fusible Hem tape ( I made the mistake of getting the ribbon hem tape not the kind that goes inbetween the seams, it works but is not as nice to look at)
- Tension Rod
- Embelishments (you cant really see them but I have crystal tassles hanging from the ribbon)
- Measure the inside of your window frame and add two inches to the width and three inches to the length. I bought extra just in case I messed up a cut, but I always buy more fabric than I need, which is sometimes a good thing, I have used this fabric twice more from this curtain.
- Cut fabric to your measurements
- Fold each long side over 1/2 inch, then fold again another 1/2 inch (see why you need the extra inches, this makes for a much nicer hem in the back if you do it this way). Press with an iron, insert hem tape in the fold and iron over again.
- Follow the same method for the bottom side but on the top side fold over 1/2 inch then 1 1/2 inches to make the flap for the tension rod. Insert hem tape and iron.
- Insert the tension rod into the pcoket and hang.
- Cut two equal pieces of ribbon, about 1 1/2 times the length of your window.
- Accordian fold the bottom of the curtain to the desired length and tie the ribbons into a bow. Note here, you will probably want help with this, I had a really hard time holding the curtain and tying the bow at the same time. You may be more skillful than I, but holding the according fold just right and trying to tie a bow was frustrating the heck out of me.
- If you have embelishments you can add them now, I always like to wait until the end and add them, you can do whatever order you like but I prefer the end.
(Here is the side view of the curtain and a better view of the bathroom, more to come later on that)
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