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.

Curtain Rod Template

Miss Mustard Seed shares her solution to hang curtains all at the same height and the same distance from the window.

Custom Chippy Hanger

Leen the Graphics Queen found a chippy piece of tongue and groove paneling and added a few glass knobs for a custom window mistreatment for her bathroom.

No Sew All Faux Roman Shade

Jenny used a Target tablecloth to make these faux roman shades by following this great tutorial.

Lace and Drop Cloth Corners

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.




Hang Them High

It’s all how you hang your rods.  Buy the longer drapes and hang them “up near the ceiling and out on the wall”.  Don’t cover up the precious natural light.


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Hanger Drop Cloth

Yes.  You read that right.  Drapes made from a drop cloth and hung on an antique hanger by Funky Junk Interiors.

Tree Branch Rod

Jane Coslick Designs & Restorations ~ a tree branch for a rod.   Absolutely lovely.

Olive Leaf Ikat Stencil

Amber Interiors used an Olive Leaf stencil to make these lovely stenciled drapes from a pair of Ikea curtains and a few simple tools.

Window Covering Cut Outs

“The shadows that are created by the daylight passing through the cut designs are always exciting to see.”  Hutch Studios have their “Windows of Hutch” patterns for sale.  Buy one or make one?