Is it accurate to say that you are hoping to make your own custom-made curtains with your preferred curtain texture? It’s simpler than you might suspect. There are a wide range of styles of curtains that are easy to sew, including pole pocket curtain, back tab window curtains, grommet window curtains, and tab top curtains.
Give your room a totally different look just by switching up the window curtains. Regardless of whether you’re making new window curtains without any preparation or just including the tab best, this structure is ideal for fixed panels and you can redo the look with blend and match textures or embellishments.
What You Need
- Curtain fabric
- Window curtain rod
- Sewing pins
Cut the Panel Fabric
The length and width of your panel will rely upon the size and position of the windows, in addition to the sew stipends. To make sense of how much texture to use for your boards, gauge that you’ll require about two times the totality of your window.
Include your favored stitch stipend the sides and the base edge, at that point include another half inch on the top edge you won’t need an enormous trim at the top since tab top window ornaments have a texture looking to encase the top edge.
Cut out your boards, at that point cut a confronting piece for each board. The confronting ought to be a similar width as the window ornament board, and around three to four inch long.
On the off chance that you have a lot of texture to work with, make the window panels somewhat longer than you might suspect you’ll require. That way you can give the boards a shot on your window ornament bar before you trim them.
Decide Tab Length
Overlay a portion of texture over the drapery pole and pin the length you need your tabs to be. As a dependable guideline, the curtain’s top edge should hang around two to four inch underneath the bar. Measure the length you stuck, at that point include one inches to represent the half inch crease recompense at either end of the tab.
Cut Them Out
To decide what number of tabs you will require, put one at both outside edges of the blind. At that point space the rest out equitably, around six to eight inches separated.
The width of the tabs will ordinarily be around 2 inches. For a 2 inch width, start by removing pieces with a 5 inch width and the length you settled on in Step 1. You can likewise cut a ceaseless length at a 5 inch width and sew the long edges together. In any case, turn your texture right side out and press it level.
Finish the Panel Edges
To complete your window curtain edges, overlap the texture over twice on each side and fasten to make a spotless edge. On the off chance that you know the specific length you need, you can likewise stitch now or pause and do that as a last advance. Spare yourself time by utilizing a more extended join length, since window ornament creases normally won’t experience a similar mileage as garments.
Attach the Tabs
Pin the tabs onto your shade board. In the event that your texture is striped, coordinate the stripes on the tabs to the ones on the board. Sew over the top utilizing a half” crease recompense.
In the event that your texture is overwhelming or thick, you will need to space the tabs further separated. That will make them slide all the more easily on the shade pole, making it simpler to push the curtain open at either side of the window.
Attach the Facing
Crease the side and base edge of the confronting piece to coordinate the completed width of the completed drapery board. Press. Pin the looking to the window ornament board, right sides together, at that point join over the top edge crease stipend.
Press the Facing
Press the confronting and tabs upward to make a fresh edge.
Sew the Facing
Turn the board over and press the looking down at the top edge, making a point to keep the tabs expanded. Join over the base of the looking to encase the top edge.
Your newly sewn curtains are fit to be hung.