curtains and sheets
October 19th, 2010
I made a curtain for my kids' closet this weekend. Not a big deal, but I hate making curtains, no, haaaaaate making them, so it's a big deal for me. It's just so much hemming and I kind of suck at hemming, but the curtain isn't as bad as it looks--though it is a little straighter on one side. There are more curtains that need to be made and I'm trying to psych myself up for it. I finally after three years of living here have picked out fabric, but haven't ordered it yet. I want to try this roller shade hack, which looks easy enough, and roman blinds, which look hard. Has anyone had any luck with them?
I also cranked out some fitted sheets for the kids' beds. I simplified the process a bunch from last time I made sheets. The edges are serged not hemmed and the elastic is only around the corners. I was able to get two fitted sheets (for my kids' weird size beds) out of one full size flat sheet. That means the pattern is sideways, but they couldn't care less. The flannel sheet has deer and bunnies and someone about to get pelted by a snowball right in the butt.
Oh and I have some of that ikea bunting fabric left, do you think it would be ridiculous to make my son pants out of it? Would dying it gray help? or should I just make pillows and call it a day?