Reposhture Studio - Kim
Reposhture Studio - Kim
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  • Pittsburgh, PA

No-sew fringe curtains and DIY curtain rods

$87
4 Hours
Easy

I have an old house and therefore high ceilings and large windows. We needed new curtains and rods so I decided to use my favorite fabric to make curtains and added some DIY electrical conduit pipe for curtain rods.
http://reposhture.blogspot.com/2013/02/no-sew-fringed-curtains-and-cheap.html
parts you need to make bracket
parts you need to make bracket
cut your pipe to desired length using pipe cutter
cut your pipe to desired length using pipe cutter
add clips to washed and "pinch pleated" curtains
add clips to washed and "pinch pleated" curtains
Hang and enjoy
Hang and enjoy
no sew fringe curtains and diy curtain rods, home decor, reupholster, window treatments
fringed edge so you don't have to hem
fringed edge so you don't have to hem
finished
finished
no sew fringe curtains and diy curtain rods, home decor, reupholster, window treatments
Reposhture Studio - Kim

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2 questions
  • Mhs22261607
    on May 21, 2017

    What's the best fabric? I want to use Therma Logic fabric that is reversible. Any ideas on where I can find this material anyone??
  • Dia12207756
    on Jun 10, 2017

    What kind of fabric did you use? I love it.

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  • Terikirkwood
    on Mar 25, 2015

    Just a thought...get two tennis balls and cut a small X with a knife somewhere on each. You can either spray paint the balls black or wrap them with something, like twine or rope and adhere with mod podge or glue gun or whatever. Then slip the X over the end of each rod and you have a self-attaching finial!

  • Julie
    on May 13, 2015

    Or you could attach vintage knobs to the ends of the pipe. Makes a very cool curtain rod.

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