How to create a canopybed curtain for a window, balcony, or patio in just a few hours!
We have covered how to make curtains for windows, balconies, and patio furniture in the past.
But for now, let’s focus on how to create curtains for your home or office.
This tutorial will help you learn the ropes.1.
Find the materialYou can find a number of fabrics and materials that are available in most home improvement stores.
Some of the fabrics are made of recycled materials, but some are made from recycled plastic or wood, which you can use to make your curtains.
Some fabrics can be cut into smaller pieces, which can be put into your bedding drawer or closet.
Fabric scraps can also be used to make the fabric, but they are not recommended.2.
Select fabrics to useTo start, choose a fabric that is at least 1″ (25mm) wide by 1″ tall (36mm) and about 4″ (11cm) wide.
You may choose to use fabric scraps or a fabric you have already purchased from a fabric shop.
You can find fabrics online or in the hardware and fabric aisle of most stores.3.
Cut fabric scraps to sizeFor the next step, you will cut a piece of fabric that will measure at least a third of an inch (25 mm) wide and 4″ wide (11 cm).
You can cut the fabric piece from the top down, or you can fold the fabric in half and fold it in half again to get the fabric length.
The folded fabric piece should be about 1/4″ (3mm) long.4.
Cut the fabric into two piecesYou can cut your fabric into 2 pieces.
For each piece of the fabric you cut, measure one inch (15 mm) from the bottom edge of the piece of material to the top edge.
Fold the folded fabric in the middle.5.
Fold in half to make 3 pieces4.
Fold one of the folded pieces to the middle of the other folded piece.
Fold both folded pieces in the same direction to make two pieces.6.
Pin together fabric pieces to create the curtain You can pin together the fabric pieces as you would any other fabric.
If you have a sewing machine, use the stitch markers to mark the stitch.
When you are done, trim the excess fabric pieces and sew the curtain together to make sure that it fits tightly.7.
Sew the curtain to the bedding material to make bedding curtainThe next step is to create bedding curtains that are about 1″ wide by 3″ tall by 1 1/2″ (4cm by 2cm) high.
Lay the bedded curtains on a surface that is about 4 inches (12 cm) high, and line the bed with bedding.
You will need a 4″-wide (11.5cm) long (1cm-wide) edge, and a 3″-long (7cm) edge.
The edge you line up is the “head.”
You can make a head by folding the edge of one edge over, then folding it in the other direction.
The head should be a full inch (2.5 cm) wide, and about 2″ (5cm), long.
You also need a fabric to sew the head to.
When the curtains are done sewing, sew the fabric edge to the head.
Make sure the fabric is completely sewn in.
To make sure the bed is dry, you can put a towel or washcloth over the curtains.8.
Sew curtains together to create curtain wall fabricTo complete the curtain wall, lay the curtains over the bed, with the curtains facing the bed and the curtains folded over.
If the curtains face the bed at the edge, you’ll want the curtain curtains to be about 2-inches (5mm) from that edge.
If they face the other side, you may need to add a 1/8″ (1.4mm) seam allowance.
If your curtains are folded and facing the same side as the bed (so that they are about 2 inches (5 mm) apart), you can cut one end of each curtain to make an “open end” or “back” curtain.
If both curtain curtains are facing the edge at the same time, you might need to sew them together to get an even curtain wall.
To make a curtain wall curtain, fold the curtain over the end of the curtain curtain, making sure that the curtain is folded in the opposite direction.
To create the curtains, fold them into a rectangular shape, and fold in the center.
Repeat for the other end.
You’ll sew the curtains together, making a curtain that is 6″ (18cm) tall by 7″ (17cm) in width.
You can use fabric scrapings, fabric scraps, and fabric scraps from a shop, a fabric store, or a hardware and fiber aisle.
Fabric scrapings can be used for a more decorative effect than fabric scraps.
Fabric scissors and sewing machines can be helpful for making