Farmhouse shower curtains are great for adding some vintage-inspired flair to your home.
But, they can also be quite pricey and hard to find.
Here’s how to make your own farmhouse curtain.1.
Select a different style and material.
The style and materials that you want to make are completely up to you.
This is especially true when you’re looking for a particular material that has a very distinct look to it.
The fabric is up to your taste.
For example, cotton or linen is the ideal material to use.
Cotton has a strong natural-like look that makes it easy to use and is a great fabric for hanging curtains and curtains for windows.
Lining is often seen in older styles of curtains and has a less pronounced, natural-looking look that can make it easier to work with.2.
Select fabrics and fabrics for the curtains.
You may want to choose a material for the curtain to create a specific effect.
For instance, you might want to create some contrast and sparkle in your curtains with a lighter material that adds an extra touch of vintage.
Or, you may want a different material that is more traditional to your house and style.3.
Choose the right fabric for the right purpose.
For a vintage style, a material with a strong, soft texture can work well.
If you want something that is very stiff and hard, you can use a fabric with a soft, silky feel.
The materials can also help to add a certain vintage touch to the curtains, so make sure to find the fabric that works best for you.4.
Choose a fabric that is easy to wash.
If a material is too heavy, it can create a hard, uneven finish that you’ll have to work hard to get right.
If the material has a little bit of stretch to it, that can also give your curtains a unique feel.5.
Select the right size.
You’ll want to find a size that will suit your needs.
For most, you want the curtain height to be a little lower than you’d like, but it shouldn’t be too high or too low.
For some, it may be a good idea to add more fabric to the curtain so that it can be made slightly smaller.6.
Measure your curtain.
There are a few different ways to measure the height of your curtain, and the length of the curtain depends on the material you choose.
For this tutorial, we’ll use a 1/2-inch by 2-inch rectangle, but the same amount of fabric will work for most purposes.
To get the right measurements, measure the top of the fabric on one end of the rectangle.
Measure the bottom of the material on the opposite end of it.
For your first curtain, measure from the top edge of the first fabric, then from the bottom edge of both fabrics, then back from the opposite edge of each fabric.
(To make sure you have the correct measurements, take the same measurement as for the top fabric and the bottom fabric.)
The length will also vary depending on the length you plan to use the curtain for, but this is the easiest way to make sure the length is the correct length for the length the curtain will be.7.
Measure from the inside out.
For the longest curtain, the inside of the length should be roughly the same length as the outside of the width of the entire curtain.
For shorter curtains, the length from the center of the back should be approximately the same as the length along the length line.
For more on how to measure a curtain, read How to Measure a Shower Cord.8.
Determine your fabric length.
If your curtain has a 1-inch to 2-foot length, you’ll need to determine how long your curtain will actually be.
The length you’ll want is the same for both fabrics you’ll be working with.
For both fabrics that you plan on using, you should measure from your curtain back to the center line.
If that measurement is greater than your desired length, add 1/4-inch extra fabric along the outside edge.
For long curtain lengths, this will be the length that’s between the length on the front and the centerline of the curtains in the back.9.
Cut your fabric.
If it is too long, you will need to cut the fabric and attach it to the fabric.
To do this, simply fold the fabric over and use a pair of scissors to cut it into strips.
For short curtain lengths that are between the lengths on the back and centerline, you’re going to need to trim the fabric in half.
For longer curtain lengths in between the two lengths on either side of the centerlines, you need to fold the curtain up over itself to create the extra length that you need.
The lengths on both sides of the front should be the same.
For longer curtain strips, the lengths that will need trim are the length between the center and the top line of the strip, and length from centerline to the top.