From Sew4Home: DIY Classic Grommeted Curtain Panels

Decorator looks that you CAN achieve.

Here’s a way to freshen up your decor this spring: new curtain panels. Oh, but the cost, right? Not if you make them yourself! Our friends at Sew4Home™ will show you how to make classic grommeted curtain panels at a fraction of the cost of custom-made curtains. Beautiful fabric and Dritz® Home grommets are the key ingredients that you’ll need. Ready to put on your decorator’s hat?

From Sew4Home: How to Use Dritz Grommets to Make DIY Curtains


From Sew4Home: How to Use Dritz Grommets to Make DIY Curtains

Are you familiar with Dritz® Home grommets? They look rich, yet are made of lightweight plastic, which makes them super easy to use. Their two-piece construction allows them to be snapped together effortlessly. Each package includes a plastic template, so perfectly aligning and cutting the holes is also a cinch.

Check out this quick YouTube video tutorial and see for yourself how easy they are to use!


From Sew4Home: How to Use Dritz Grommets to Make DIY Curtains

And of course the star of the panels is really your fabulous fabric. Making curtains out of carefully curated fabric is really the best way to ensure one-of-a-kind looks that reflect your personal style.

Ready to get started? Jump over to Sew4Home and see the full sewing tutorial. They are experts at giving you awesome step-by-step sewing instructions, and photography that explains each and every step in the construction process. Their detailed supply lists are top-notch, too!

How are you freshening your home up this spring? Leave us a comment! We’d love to hear from you!

If you’re interested in more curtain ideas, make sure to check out all of the DIY curtain and product info here on our blog. There are also tons of interesting Dritz® hardware items for windows such as weights, rings, pulls and brackets that will help you creatively dress your windows! 

 

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