This is a simple tutorial anyone can use to create a lovely set of curtains. The panel(s) will fold and gather beautifully and easily along the rod. Check out our tips on how to measure to best fit your windows.
The cafe curtain is designed to hang at a window’s halfway point, covering up the bottom but letting in light from above. It’s a great solution that gives you privacy plus sunshine. Curtain panels are a perfect beginner project.
Window coverings are a great DIY project; and simple enough for the beginning sewer. Straight edges. Simple, straight stitches. But even the most basic curtain project starts with knowing how to take proper measurements.
New curtains instantly transform your space and are perfect building blocks for other updates, like pillows, cushions or linens. This dreamy ruffled panel in metallic gauze could work well in many rooms.
Simple panel window coverings are often one of the first DIY home décor projects people attempt. Figuring out how best to hang those pretty panels can be more of a challenge. Dritz offers three drapery tape solutions.
Instantly transform windows from plain and boring to pretty and bright. These simple yet stylish curtains combine two fabrics and use a simple row of ribbons to tie the top in place. Panels are lined for extra sun-blocking power.
One of the best ways to update your home décor is with new curtains. This classic grommeted panel is a project you can turn to again and again. It’s fast and easy, and we give you all the formulas you need to adapt the sizing.
These pretty tab-top curtains are easy to make, and their softness adds a distinct coziness to a room. Clever seaming gives you fully lined, finished panels with no visible stitching on the sides. Learn how to size for your windows.