How to sew cafe curtains

Learn how to sew cafe curtains with these easy tips and tricks. Create a charming and functional window treatment for your kitchen or dining area.
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Curtains may seem ordinary and mundane, but they are actually quite versatile and come in many designs. The style and quality of your curtains can have a surprising impact on your interior design. Cafe curtains might add just the right touch of class or cozy to your space. But cafe curtains are unique and require […]

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Annette Gilbert
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Elevate your kitchen decor with this simple curtains DIY using kitchen towels. With this tutorial, I'll show you how easy it is to create stylish cafe curtains with no sewing required.

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Alyssa Foster
Seamwork on Instagram: "Here’s a quick and easy sewing project: eyelet cafe curtains.

I love the way these came out, but they’re so simple to make:

✂️ Just cut the eyelet lengthwise down the middle. You’ll get two curtains from one length of fabric.

✂️ Hem the top (no need for a pocket if you use clips like I did) and sides.

✂️ Install a cafe rod about halfway up, so that the lace edge grazes the windowsill.

And that’s it, you’ll have gorgeous curtains up in less than an hour!" Instagram, Lace, Sewing, Sewing Projects, Lace Edging, Fabric, Easy Sewing Projects, Easy Sewing, Eyelet

Seamwork on Instagram: "Here’s a quick and easy sewing project: eyelet cafe curtains. I love the way these came out, but they’re so simple to make: ✂️ Just cut the eyelet lengthwise down the middle. You’ll get two curtains from one length of fabric. ✂️ Hem the top (no need for a pocket if you use clips like I did) and sides. ✂️ Install a cafe rod about halfway up, so that the lace edge grazes the windowsill. And that’s it, you’ll have gorgeous curtains up in less than an hour!"

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Julie Wauchope