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How to Make a Tablecloth Curtain

Jan 30, 2011
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Whip up an elegant window covering from vintage textiles. Turn vintage linens into unique curtains of different styles and sizes for nearly every room in the house. Whether you are moving into a new space, or staying put and giving your space a new look, try this technique from Jennie Archer Atwood.  Supplement older material with newer, stronger background fabrics to support the more delicate materials from the past. Here, a vintage tablecloth becomes a fabulous curtain. The two layers join only at the top, which makes them come together more quickly, and gives them, a light, breezy quality. Jennie Archer Atwood shows you how a vintage tablecloth becomes a fabulous curtain in this article from Quick Stuff to Sew Vol.3.

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