Suzanne
Suzanne
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  • Lexington, SC

No Sew Shower Curtain Valance In No Time!


Here is the finished shower curtain and valance. I couldn't find much on line about this so I thought I would share. It is SO easy and I think the height makes the bathroom feel larger and the shower curtain look custom.
Finished Project!
Finished Project!
All you need is 2 matching or coordinating bought shower curtains. Mine are coordinating (not an exact match), a second matching tention shower curtain rod and hangers.
Needed Tools
Needed Tools
Because I don't sew, I use stich witch. I use it to hem pants too. All you need is an iron.
Ironing Board Used to The Make Hem
Ironing Board Used to The Make Hem
I cut the top of the shower curtain 15 inches from the top. Then folded a one inch hem. I ironed first to make sure it was staight and then put the stich witch inside the fold and ironed. That's it!
Second Tension Rod
Second Tension Rod
I put the tension rod where the valance would cover the top of the first shower curtain. Then used a second set of shower curtain hangers to hang the valance.
After
After
I also did this in my other bathroom and used the rest of the shower curtain fabric to make a no sew valance for the window.
Hope you can use this idea!
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  • Jco17774641
    on Aug 4, 2017

    Would this work with a curved shower rod as well?

    • Suzanne
      on Sep 17, 2018

      You will need to hang another curved rod higher and a little further out than the one you have now

  • Joy817175
    on Oct 6, 2017

    Why not just buy curtain with valance,they use tomake them

    • Deb Sanders
      on Jan 15, 2019

      Our 1935 Craftsman home has 10' ceilings. Can't find a shower curtain and valance that long. This is an excellent idea to cover that space. Love it!

  • Patricia Burns
    on Oct 6, 2017

    What's the purpose of this project ? Is it decorative or does the second rod serve for a purpose that I didn't notice?

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