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Vintage Sheet Shower Curtain

Vintage Sheet Shower Curtain
Vintage Sheet Shower Curtain
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Throw out your old shower curtain and give your bathroom a cheery vintage makeover with this fun Vintage Sheet Shower Curtain tutorial. Forget boring shower curtains from the dollar store and have fun transforming a pretty patterned sheet into a fully functional shower curtain. This refashioning project is a great and budget-friendly way to add a vintage touch to your home and you can even use your old shower curtain as a sewing template. And if you've never mastered buttonholes, this project is a great way to try creating some of your own. Add a delicate vintage touch to your bathroom with this easy sewing tutorial.

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I am having a hard time finding a shower curtain that I really like and was trying to use an easy way out by just buying one but I think I may have o look at some sheets. I have made them from fabric before but I also hate making buttonholes. Using the old curtain for the template is the way I go. so much easier than trying to figure it out. You can also use some trim to give it some more character. I love when there is pictures to go with the tutorial.

This is a great idea! I am always looking to change shower curtains and unfortunately they can cost a bit, especially if you want a decent fabric one. I have the sheets. I just have to make it now. Since I have plenty of trim I can add that as well. It is a quick sewing project and the good thing about it being cloth, it will wash well. The metal slug suggestion is a good suggestion as well to keep it hanging correctly. Thank you.

I have made a similar shower curtain like this before, with button holes and clear hooks. I also made matching window curtains and used tabs and buttonholes and buttons to attach to a spring rod. Easy to do, and toss in the wash. Add a nickel or metal slug to the corner hem, boxing it in to keep the bottom down if needed. A practical and fun project!

This is a great idea! It's perfect for someone who just graduated from college and is getting their first apartment

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