I am here with a quick how-to make a no sew simple kitchen curtain. If you go all the way back here to before I started remodeling the kitchen, you can see that one of my initial goals was to put up a new kitchen window treatment.
Here’s a photo of the kitchen before.
So we did some shopping at Joanns Fabric. You can go here to see us looking at the fabric at Joanns.
I ended up picking out this bright orange and green fabric.
All you need is a piece of fabric, a curtain rod and I used Stitch Witchery- Fusible Bonding Web which is a tape that bonds the fabric together and takes the place of sewing! (Yeah!!!)
My kitchen window is 35 inches across and I wanted the curtain to be about 10 inches long. To make room for the hemming tape, I added two inches to each side. So I measured 39 inches of fabric across and 14 inches of fabric long.
Here is the cut piece of material.
Then I measured two inches on each side and put a mark on the fabric. The two inches extra is for when I fold the fabric over the hem tape.
Here the hem tape is in place and ready for ironing.
Three sides done. You will want to leave an opening at either end of one side of the curtain to slide the curtain rod in.
Finished and ready to hang.
Slide the curtain rod in the open end.
Finished and hanging in window! (I need a better photo…I couldn’t get the right lighting so I will put one up of the new curtain when I capture the right pic.)