I really love sewing and wish I had more time and energy to do it! But I do what I’m able to. Here are some curtains I’ve made through the years. I still need to make some for the kitchen, family room, and basement.
These are in the girls’ room. It’s a sheer fabric with embroidered butterflies.
This is the boys’ room–it’s kind of a camoflauge/ forest pattern:
The kids’ bathroom:
with matching shower curtain.? (This looks like?a pieced quilt, but the fabric came that way.)
I love this one! It’s in the small kid’s room. I lined this one with black-out fabric.
Here is my master bath. It’s a very open room. We often have kids going in and out while we shower, so I made these curtains to give us privacy. They attach with suction cups so I can easily take them off to clean the glass. A funny story happened when I went to buy this fabric a few years ago. I measured and decided I needed 9 feet of material. However, when I bought it, I bought 9 yards! I try to blame it on pregnant brain. I was pretty upset when I realized my mistake, but then I found other uses for the extra.
I made these covers for the french doors that lead from our master bath to the sitting room (where the baby sleeps).
Here is a valance in the sitting room. And I also made a valance for the bathroom window. There was enough fabric, still, to cover a chair in the girls’ room. And I think I might make some pillows!