Pinterest Inspired – Fabric Fuse No Sew Curtains

Jen Chesnick- No Sew Curtain

Hi everyone Jen Chesnick here today with a no sew curtain tutorial.  If you search Pinterest hundreds of them pop up.  They seemed simple enough for me to wing it!  I grabbed Peel N Stick ™ Fabric Fuse press on adhesive tapeand 2 yards of fabric.  I used

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My fabric was easy to work with because of the pattern it gave me a straight line!  I didn’t even measure, I simply pressed down the tape alone the top of one chevron straight across to create the top loop for my curtain rod.  Peel it off and fold over your fabric and press firmly. I ran my iron over my panel when I was done and I went ahead and pressed my edges for good measure.  For the sides of the panel I ran another long strip of adhesive and folded it over 1/4″.  I did the same for the bottom of the panel following the chevron line again.

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Total time, 15 minutes!  That includes setting up and hanging the curtain.  It might be the fastest thing I have ever made.  I am hooked and I am ready to make more!

Supplies Used:

Peel N Stick Fabric Fuse 

Fabric is Remix Bermuda by Robert Kaufman

Comments

  1. Good looking curtains, and awesome to make them so quickly. I’ve got a Craft Gossip post scheduled for later this morning that links to your tutorial: http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-no-sew-curtains-in-15-minutes/2014/03/04/
    –Anne
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  1. […] Jen Chesnick form Say Chez! shares a tutorial at Therm O Web showing how you can make a curtain in just 15 minutes, with  no sewing required.  It’s a simple panel with a casing folded over from the top.  She uses Peel n Stick Fabric Fuse tape to hold the casing in place and to hem the edges.  If you wanted, you could choose to sew these seams instead.  Go to Therm O Web to find her tutorial. […]

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