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Pottery Barn Inspired Drape Shade Curtains

By: Swoon Style & Home

Fill your room with light but an added touch of decor with these Pottery Barn Inspired Drape Shade Curtains. No sew fabric crafts like this one are a breeze to make. Make your own curtains by following these simple instructions.

Pottery Barn Inspired Drape Shade Curtains
This image courtesy of www.swoonstylehome.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

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Love these! I like that the design is elegant, yet low key.

Now these are fantastic. I really like the idea that they are no sew! I've seen similar window coverings in magazines and at home decor stores, but couldn't afford them. This is a great and affordable alternative! I think that I will try it in a lightweight muslin to let the light shine in a bit in my kitchen. Awesome DIY project.

I love the idea of no-sew drape window coverings that are easy to make and quickly. Any light weight fabric like muslin or sheerest open weave handkerchief linen would be perfect. This project would be charming too if the fabric were to be hand-stenciled with a simple design. Great DIY project.

Love this idea going to try them.

This is very nice, I will be making them for my dining room window. Thank you for sharing and for the very clear instructions.

I just completed something very similar using two remnants and less than 2 yards of ribbon. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v156/CAP121/Crafts/UtilityRoomWindowTreatment2.jpg

Hi! I created the tutorial. I have used the no-sew seam tape for upholstery weight fabric and had great luck. In my experience, as long as you get the "heavy duty" or permanent weight tape, it will hold. Good luck! If you do the project, please head over to my blog and send us an email. We'd love to feature it there! Shanna {swoon style & home}

That's a good question. I, too, would like to keep the sun out - please advise. mas

this looks pretty easy and fashionable i would like to know if it would work using a fabric that keeps out the sun any ideas thats easy ? i can sew curtains but iwould love to be able vto do this wiyhout the sewing part. i'm not real expierenced yet but i am trying thanks

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