Easy Steps to Make your Own House No Sew Curtains
Here are the easiest window treatments in the record of window treatments to make. Well, now that I think about it, the coverlet that I thumb tacked over my window in my first flat was easier.
All I used for this project was:
5 yards (total) of fabric
1 Package of hem tape
2 packages of grommets (1 per panel)
Step 1 - cut your fabric into 90 inch panels (or however long you want yours to be, I like mine to pool a bit at the bottom).
Step 2 - use your hem tape to hem the bottom of the panel.
Step 3 - use your hem tape to hem to hem the top, leaving enough room for the grommets.
Step 4 - Using the template that comes in your package of grommets, draw the circles that you will cut out.
Step 5 - These grommets just snap together, and your circles that you cut out don't have to be perfect for these to work. I was the most worried about that part, but the grommets are very forgiving. Just snap them together on either side of your fabric.
Step 6 - Hang them up and enjoy!
I would finally like to put a sheer of some kind to cover the entire door area, but our backyard is private enough that no one can see in. So instead of putting a huge long bar all the way across, I just got two small curtain rods to hang each panel on either side of the door. I got these on sale at Hobby Lobby for $7.99 each! Way cheaper than getting a HUGE LONG curtain rod that wouldn't serve any purpose.