Grain Sack Inspired Curtains From Drop Cloths & Best...no Sew!


One of our guest rooms in the cabin has twin beds, rustic, and youthful. At least that's where I keep the toy box. We needed curtains. Not for privacy since the room is upstairs and we live next to the woods, but guests usually are uncomfortable in a unfamiliar place without curtains.
I didn't want to spend a lot or sew at all!
So, I bought three 6 x 9 drop cloths to cut in half for three windows. I
Grain Sack Inspired Curtains from drop cloths.
Grain Sack Inspired Curtains from drop cloths.
Easy, the paint doesn't have to be applied evenly.
Easy, the paint doesn't have to be applied evenly.
I cut away the sewn edges and frayed all four sides.
I cut away the sewn edges and frayed all four sides.
Hanging in the "kids" guest room.
Hanging in the "kids" guest room.
I folded the top edge 14 inches and hung with clips.  Simple and basic for our cabin.
I folded the top edge 14 inches and hung with clips. Simple and basic for our cabin.
Country Design Style-Jeanette

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