Awhile back a lovely lady contacted me about making her a ruffled shower curtain like the one Tricia has in her home. You can see Tricia’s in her post of her home tour – scroll to the bottom – it is the last picture in the post.
I said of course I could make one. My client provided me with bleached drop cloths to make it with and a linen-looking, thin cotton for the ruffles. I’m not sure I will ever use a drop cloth again without bleaching it first! I loved the softness and the color of those cloths!
I asked Tricia a few questions about her curtain and set about making one like it.
The curtain is double width of a regular shower curtain so you should have double the amount of curtain rings too. Since I don’t have that many rings, I just put to buttonholes on one hook to hang it for pics.
Have you ever tried to take pics in a room that gets NO natural light? Not the most desirable photography location. Can you say ‘edit edit edit’??
My bathroom is on the list for a makeover – when I find time to do some projects of my own. And I’m thinking a ruffld shower curtain like this is going to be one of the new things I my bathroom gets. I love it. I didn’t want to take this one down, but since I was paid to make it, I did indeed take it down, boxed it up, and mailed it to it’s owner 😀
Made me really ready to give this room a total makeover.
Its time will come – what would I do if I ran out of stuff that needed fixed up?? I bought paint today to start a project I’ve been putting off. A gallon of white and 6 quarts of 6 different colors. Can you believe it?? COLOR! Red, Yellow, Green, Turquoise, Brown, and Orange. Can you guess what room I’m painting? And yes, all those colors go on the wall.
Sew a Fine Seam
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