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10 ways to make curtains! (sew & no sew)

10 great DIY curtain tutorials! Sew or NO-sew!

There are so many different styles of curtains you can make for your home. I’ve searched the web and found 10 different styles I think you’ll love! Make curtains of any style with these tutorials.  From elegant to simple from sewn to no sew! Click the links below to see the full tutorial for how to make curtains.

10 fantastic DIY curtain tutorials. Sew & NO-sew!

  1. Easy back tab curtains – tutorial by Lia Griffith
  2. Easy sew curtains – tutorial by Let’s Eat Grandpa
  3. Ruffled curtains – tutorial by The Shabby Cottage Creek
  4. Lined back tab curtains – tutorial by View Along the Way
  5. Blackout curtain with liner – tutorial by ten june
  6. Pinched pleat curtains – tutorial by Prairie Perch
  7. NO SEW curtains out of twin sheets – tutorial by My Life and Kids
  8. NO SEW curtain panels – tutorial by Artsy Chicks Rule
  9. Quick tab top curtains – tutorial by Kitschy Coo
  10. Fully lined curtains with grommets – tutorial by Vanilla Joy

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Comments

  1. Rita Detwiler says

    I LOVE TO MAKE CURTAINS, VALANCES, BUT SOMETIMES DON’T KNOW WHERE TO START… I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO BEING CREATIVE!

  2. says

    Please provide the name of the local store where you purchased the turquoise floral print fabric shown in the picture of 10 WAYS TO SEW CURTAINS (Sew & No Sew). I just love that fabric!!

  3. Kassye says

    Awesome post! My boyfriend just moved into a new apartment and I have been wanting to make him some curtains for weeks now but couldn’t find the perfect tutorial and this post really helped me out. Thank you :)I

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