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 also bought one 9 x 12 for a shower curtain. Guests like shower curtains too!
I had everything else needed for the project. A little black paint, painters tape, a small paint roller, and an afternoon.
Grain Sack Inspired Curtains from drop cloths.
Easy, the paint doesn't have to be applied evenly.
I cut away the sewn edges and frayed all four sides.
Hanging in the "kids" guest room.
I folded the top edge 14 inches and hung with clips. Simple and basic for our cabin.

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3 questions
  • Laura Lindsey Canan
    on Oct 2, 2017

    What kind of paint did you use? Where did you get that roller?
  • Shelby
    on Feb 23, 2018

    these are great and I'm just about to move to our new farm and this is what I'm doing. Here's my question: you must have washed the drop clothes first? Or no?
  • Brittany Blaszak
    on Oct 4, 2018

    Have you washed these after the paint?? If so, how does the painted hold up???

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