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Hand Embroidery Curtain Holders

By: Monika Chmura from hafticraft.blogspot.com
Hand Embroidery Curtain Holders
Hand Embroidery Curtain Holders
This image courtesy of hafticraft.blogspot.com

"Beautiful curtain holders. Made of cotton embroidery tape and linen lining. Cross stitched. Loops made of glass beads. Easy to make, timetaking because of hand embroidery. But you can use decorative fabric instead. Detailed instruction is written on my blog (unfortunately in polish) but I enclosed many pictures that show how to make the project step by step."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteLonger than a weekend

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine

Intermediate

Materials List

  • 50 cm of embroidery tape (width 5 cm) - for each curtain hold.
  • Lining 50 x 6,5 cm (for each hold)
  • Stripe of 50 x 6,5 cm of fleece for each hold
  • 30 glass beads (3mm) for loops. 15 for each.
  • Magic pen (vanishing) would be helpful

Instructions

  1. Cross stitch your design on the tape.

  2. Iron the fleece into lining.

  3. Place the stripes together right side in.

  4. Draw the line (shape of peak) on both ends of the stripe and sew together. Note: you have to leave 3-5mm space at each edge.

  5. Turn inside out. Shape the paek on the right and iron.

  6. Iron 3-5mm edge on the lining. Pin both stripes together and sew.

  7. Curtain hold is almost ready. The only thing you have to do is to make loops ot of beads.

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