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Handmade curtains for arched windows

The curtains are a good choice for arched windows, and framing the window without hiding the form. The curtains are easy to hang and need only a thin curtain guide. Due to the complexity involved in making a curtain with some superior arcuate and straight base, it is better to make a square curtain hangs straight up to the window and you can pick it up firmly to show the post. The curtain curtains work well with this method because they are not bulky.

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Check the position of the shade guide. Should be at least 8 inches (20 cm) above the highest point of the arch and hang in the window for at least 6 inches (15 cm) beyond each side. This will allow the curtain curtains are pushed against the wall to show the window.

Handmade curtains curtains

Measure the window from the side top of the curtain track to the ground, then side to side . This type of shades are made ​​wider than the heavier to make them look fuller. Measure the two pieces of fabric that are twice the width of the window and 6 inches (15 cm) longer than the height measurement. For wide enough, you might have to join several sections of fabric together.
Supporting the fabric pieces and then a layer just above the other. Soften any subject with pins and fold the sides. Sew a seam machine half inch (1.2 cm), then press to open. Repeat to attach more sections, then joined the second curtain panel in the same way.

Fold subject presses a double hem and one inch (2.5 cm), folded over fabric inch (2.5 cm), then folded another inch (2.5 cm) of fabric, along the base curtain, remove the pins and sewing machine instead. Folds, fastened with pins and presses a double hem of an inch (2.5 cm) on each side of the curtain and sew them. Fold subject and press a simple hem an inch (2.5 cm) on the top of the curtain. Repeat for second curtain.

Header supports the tape along the portion above the first shade to the support tape is half inch (1.2 cm) below the edge of the fabric and covers the rough edge. Secure with pins and sewing machine instead. Repeat for second curtain.

Gather the required width each curtain pulling the strings from one end of the tape header. When you get to the correct width, tie the strings and arrange them in a loose knot. Hand sew the knot behind the tape header with a couple of points. Repeat for second curtain then hangs both curtains.