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DIY No Sew Drop Cloth Curtains

I wanted to add patterned curtains to my daughter's room, but didn't want to overwhelm the room with busyness since she already has a gold polka dot feature wall. I chose to use drop cloth curtains with a band of printed fabric at the top to add some interest, but still stay relatively neutral. These curtains were so fun and easy to make, especially since I didn't have to use the sewing machine!
Difficulty: Easy
Easy, no sew drop cloth curtains. Get the custom look without the expense!
First, I measured and cut my fabric to the desired size.
I then ironed a hem and hot glued it together. Much easier and faster than sewing seams! I did this on both curtain panels.
I measured and cut my printed fabric to the desired size. I then ironed the hem and hot glued it - just like with the drop cloths, but to different size specs.
Lastly, I laid my printed fabric over the top of the drop cloth panels and pinned it in place. I used hot glue again to secure the fabric to the drop cloth.
Easy as that! I now have beautiful curtains which were cost effective and easy to make! No sew is definitely the way to go for me in the future!

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  • All Things Heart and Home
    All Things Heart and Home Marietta, GA
    on Apr 1, 2014

    love these! And love that you used the glue gun!!! ox

  • Lynne
    Lynne Detroit, MI
    on Apr 3, 2014

    lovely job! i really love the pattern you chose...making curtains with a glue gun, the best idea..now where did i put my glue gun?..thanks for idea

  • Penelope Packwood
    Penelope Packwood Beaumont, CA
    on Apr 16, 2014

    I have been trying to find some curtains for my bedroom. THANK YOU!!! You have solved my problem. I hate sewing but I am pretty good with a glue gun :)

  • Rhe
    Rhe Hobbs, NM
    on Jul 21, 2014

    What happens to hot glued fabric when you wash it? I'd love the ease of this, but always wondered about durability.

  • Cheryl @ Artzzle
    Cheryl @ Artzzle Princeton, MN
    on Aug 14, 2014

    Is there a "fabric" hot glue that would wash? Also, do they hold up when you pull to open and close? Thanks.

    • Jeanne Martin
      Jeanne Martin Catawba, NC
      on Jan 29, 2018

      There are different iron on seam tapes that would work just as well. Just look for ones that are washable. Would still be a no sew project, just without the glue gun. Seam tape is inexpensive too.

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