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October 04, 2010


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Thanks, Stephanie! I think I'm going to spend some time looking for the perfect fabric and try this over Christmas break. I don't know what I was thinking, but I had no idea curtains were this complicated. I love the tie-back idea. I have 3 windows in my kitchen to curtain, one being above the sink, much smaller than yours. That's the guinea pig! I'll keep you posted (on my blog)!

Maggie Szafranski

Thanks for the tutorial! I have always struggled with making curtains. For sewing on those rings, if you have a button foot for the Janome, that would definitely be the foot to use for this purpose!

Gina Smith

Thank you so much for this. I've saved it to my favourites as I need to make new Kitchen curtains in a few months

Love and hugs Gina xxx


Great job, Stephanie. I can certainly tell you are a writer and teacher; your directions were crystal clear! Love the curtains.

Halo fabrics

I just can't stop admiring fabric materials and your tutorial truly inspired me more to try out making curtain out of fabricated clothes. Now I'm just to excited to check out my self for this.

Curtains Perth

Your tutorial is truly very useful, I admire your passion and created that very much attractive curtain design for your kitchen. Thanks for sharing that great did!

Mandurah Houses

Your tutorial counts! That was an awesome steps and tips to follow, I'll surely be trying that out. The curtain looks pretty cute and truly captivating. I admire red stuffs specially if its over-bounded with a white color, it emphasizes attractiveness.

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