No Sew DIY Star Drapes

 

These no sew drapes have HUGE impact, you could do polka dots or letters instead of stars, check out the directions at The Yellow Cape Cod.

Lace and Drop Cloth Corners

Lace and Drop Cloth Corners cutting

Flower Patch Farm Girl sewed the lace to the drop cloth for this window mistreatment.  If you do not have a sewing machine, try using a thin strip of stitch witchery.      

A Simple Transformation

Bias tape Panel

Honey & Fitz came up with this simple idea to to add a little color but spend as little as possible.  Store boughts + bias tape or ribbon + stitch witchery = simple!

Ribbon Sheet Drapes

drapery ring ribbon sheets

Colleen at Red Door Abode “decided to step off the beaten path and make {her} own” Pottery Barn inspired drapes using two white sheets. With just a few materials, she made some lovely drapes.

From Drab to Fab with Tassel Fringe

black tassel fringe

Look how …love Maegan transformed her curtains from drab to fab by adding some tassel fringe.  If you don’t want to sew you could use a hot glue gun to attach the trim-I’ve done that many times in the past and its held up great!

Stenciled Sheet Drapes

Oh yes they are. Amanda at The Hand Me Down House created drapes from a pair of flat sheets and a stencil.  Anyone can do this!

Doily Embellished Windows

Airy doily embellished fabric from Country Living via Sweet Paul   I can’t stop thinking about these stunning doily embellished drapes created by White Doily. I love how the sun shines through and enhances the doily shape. Brilliant. But hurry, there’s only one pair available—ohh, they sold!  

No Sew Striped Drapes

You can make your own bold striped drapes without sewing. These are embellished drapes…and this method will work best for really wide stripes. All you need is a pair of drapes, your iron on sewing machine {AKA: stitch witchery} , fabric for the stripes, ribbon and and iron. Find out more at The Yellow Cape […]

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