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How to make a curtain with removable lining

Adding a removable liner to a curtain increases the ability of the curtain to block the sun, as well as the insulating factor. Adding a removable lining for curtains ready made ​​or sewn right and within the capabilities of a person with advanced sewing skills. Making liners are removable washing the curtains becomes much easier, since both can be washed according to their individual care requirements.


Measure the width of the rod of the curtain . Record this as the “wide end” of the curtain . Measure from the top of the rod parts of the curtain to desired length and record this as the “long end”. Measure the circumference of the rod of the curtain , divide the number in half and add one inch (2.5 cm). Record this as the “deep pocket”.


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Multiply the final width of the curtain by 2.5. To this figure, add 6 inches (15 cm) to the side hems and records this as “wide fabric cut.” At the long end of the curtain Throw in pocket depth, half-inch (1.2 cm) to 8 inches (20 cm) to the bottom hem.
Turn the side hems the fabric under 1.5 inches (3.7 cm) twice, press and sew. All sewn hems as possible to the inner edge folding. Turn the hem up to 4 inches (10 cm) twice. Turn the top edge about half an inch (1.2 cm) and press. Turn back the amount of the depth of the pocket, press and sew.

Cut the lining width equal to the width of cut fabric, long long finish equal to at least 3 inches (7.5 cm) less than twice the depth of the rod pocket plus a half inch (1.2 cm).

Turn the lining hem up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) twice, press and sew. Turn the side hems less than 1.5 inches (3.7 cm) twice, press and sew. Turning the upper edge over half an inch (1.2 cm), and sews the fold press in place near the top of the liner.

Supports the curtain on a flat, face down with the top toward you. Specifies the position of the hook and loop just below the pocket seam rod, so equidistant across the top.

Short side hook hook and loop half inch long (1.2 cm) long and stitched at each position of the tape.

Supports the lining fabric on a flat surface upside down, with the upper parts to you. Placing marks equidistant tape position through the top of the liners each 5 inches (12.5 cm).

Aligning the top edge of the back of the liner to the bottom edge of the back of the curtain , just below the rod pocket. Pressing the hook and loop joint in every position of the tape.

Put the curtain on the rod and hang.