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A new look for your space is easy with Aleene's Fabric Fusion. I love to sew but when I need a project done fast, Aleene's Fabric Fusion is my go to. We wanted to refresh our breakfast nook quickly and affordably ... a few yards of fabric later, our space is ready with a whole new look, thanks to Aleene's Fabric Fusion. Here's how:

What you need:

  • Aleene's Fabric Fusion
  • fabric (yardage will vary depending on the size of the window)
  • scissors
  • iron
  • measuring tape

Measure the window. Each panel should be 1.5 times the width of the window and 6" longer than the height of the window. I hung these curtains in my kitchen, a bit lower than the top of the window so I measure this area instead of the full window height.

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Iron the fabric. Cut to 1.5 times the width of the window and 6" longer than the height of the window.

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Fold over the fabric on the sides of the curtain by half an inch. Press with a hot iron.

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Fold over the top and bottom of the curtain panel by 1/2" and iron with a hot iron.

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Fold over the top of the panel by about 2.5" to form a channel for the curtain rod. 

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Press with the iron.

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Apply Aleene's Fabric Fusion to all of the seams and press the seams closed.

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Apply Aleene's Fabric Fusion to the top of the curtain panel.

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Fold and press down to make the sleeve for the curtain rod.

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Allow to dry for at least 2 hours. Thread the curtain rod through the sleeve and hang!

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Published Date

April 01, 2017