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Pioneer Woman Tablecloth Turned Into Curtains

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I received lots of Pioneer Woman Collection dishes, pots and pans and other odds and ends for Christmas. After we returned home, I got to get them all out and played with them. Then I decided I wanted a new curtain for the kitchen because the old one didn't match anymore. I went to Pinterest of course and then the light bulb went on! Ding!

Time: 1 Hours Cost: $14.00 Difficulty: Medium
  • pioneer woman tablecloth turned into curtains, home decor, window treatments

Disclaimer:  I'm not a seamstress.
I can run a pretty straight line (mostly) and the end product was all that mattered to me and I love how it turned out!

  • pioneer woman tablecloth turned into curtains, home decor, window treatments

NOTE: My kitchen window measures 33" x 33".  If your window is smaller or larger, you may end up with a totally different look.
I started with a 70" round tablecloth in the Country Garden print from Walmart. You can find it HERE.  I paid $13.96 for mine and got two small curtains out of it.

  • pioneer woman tablecloth turned into curtains, home decor, window treatments

First you'll want to wash and dry your new tablecloth to prevent any shrinkage in the future.  Next, I cut mine directly in half.

  • pioneer woman tablecloth turned into curtains, home decor, window treatments

I knew I wanted a big ruffle on the top so after I had it cut in half I held it up to my window to see how far down I wanted it to hang.  I decide to cut 12" off the unfinished side to make my ruffle.

  • pioneer woman tablecloth turned into curtains, home decor, window treatments

I needed a sleeve for the tension rod to slide through so I used the other half of the table cloth that was left over and I cut a 3" piece from that.

  • pioneer woman tablecloth turned into curtains, home decor, window treatments

I folded the edges to the center and then pressed it for stitching.

  • pioneer woman tablecloth turned into curtains, home decor, window treatments

Next I pinned the sleeve to the curtain back only, I left the ruffle out.  I ran a stitching line on the very lower edge of the sleeve and then the very upper edge of the sleeve.  Lastly, I pressed the whole curtain using some spray starch for a crisp smooth finish.

  • pioneer woman tablecloth turned into curtains, home decor, window treatments

I threaded the curtain onto the tension rod and then placed it in the window and fluffed as needed to achieve the look I wanted.  I hate that our window frames are a dark color, but that's whole other post isn't it! lol!

Check out my blog for more pictures and detailed steps to make this curtain, also there is also a BONUS IDEA in this same post to use up the rest of the leftover tablecloth! Thanks for looking!

Materials I used for this project:

  • Pioneer Woman Tablecloth   (Walmart)
  • Tension Curtain Rod   (Walmart)
  • Sewing machine   (Craft stash)
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To see more: http://ourcloverhouse.blogspot.com/2017/03/pioneer-woman-tablecloth-turned-into.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Nicole Aube

    What a wonderful idea, thanks for sharing it with us.

  • Marilee H
    Marilee H Youngstown, OH

    Great idea!

  • Em
    Em Pittsburgh, PA

    I have lived in 10 places and have always made my own curtains. This is a cool new twist. Thanks for the tip. The bright colors are really cheery as well.

  • Donna VanGorp
    Donna VanGorp Thor, IA

    I love this project. I also love your backsplash...is just what I want as I have the same countertop. Didn't know what it would look like together..but, love it...but, do love the idea of using a tablecloth for curtains. The print is gorgeous!!!

  • Lori Hennessy Lorton

    Omgh! I love it. What an awesome idea, and totally country! Thank you for broading my horizon! I'm always looking for things that, what's its not used again. To create something different.

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