Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Easy, Breezy No-Sew Curtains

I am sharing this super easy project because it really is alot of style for very, very little money and effort. Also, if you aren't the world's greatest seamstress [yup, like me] then this is a great way to get a soft, breezy summer look without sewing a stitch!

Here's what I used:
5 1/2 ft. of light-weight gauze fabric (it was on sale for around $2/yard)
Curtain rod w/ rings (the kind that clip)

Here's what I did:

Measure the length of your window from the rod to the floor & cut the fabric to that length to create panel #1.

Using your clips, hang panel #1 over one half of your window.

Now, clip the remaining fabric (panel #2) to the other side of window, overlapping them in the middle by using one clip for both panels (btw- panel #2 should be longer than the first... you don't want them equal sizes).

Now just gather-up the bottom of the long panel and swag it over to the opposite side of the window (this is the side of panel #1).

Use that end curtain rod ring clip to secure the end of your long swagged panel... and that's it!

So easy, right?!


  1. I'm up for anything no-sew! Thanks for this. I usually just hang panels up and that's it. This really is lovely!

    dropping by from Sherry's Open House Party.

  2. Looks good! Yes, sew easy!
    Here from Sherry's party!

  3. SUper charming no sew curtains! Love them~ thanks for sharing at FNF :)

  4. Love this! Beautiful! Thanks for sharing :o)

  5. Yeah, I can't Thank You! Great job!=D I'm stopping by from the Amaze Me August party. I would love for you to link this up to My Favorite Things party! It's going on all week,
    & be sure to enter my giveaways too!

  6. I LOVE this. I all about no-sew, you know, since I can't sew and all. It looks so beautiful as well! I would love for you to share at my party HERE if you get a chance! Have a great Wed!

  7. I made these to help lighten up my dark bedroom, they were super easy and super lovely! thanks for the inspiration!


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