Here you go:
I used rods both top and bottom that were fastened to the door. Changed the treatment with the seasons.
Any big box hardware store, some craft stores like Hobby Lobby, Bed Bath and Beyond, or any store that sells window treatments.
Home Goods, Tuesday Morning and Ikea sell the hardware you would need. I am sure HD and Lowes does too, but much more expensive
I would check in your local home improvement store or on Amazon.
Here's a post that might help https://laurelberninteriors.com/2019/09/25/curtain-and-drapery-hardware-what-you-need-to-know/
Hi Gwen, hope these help you out,
Measure the width and height of each window to be covered. The finished height should extend at least two or three inches beyond the glass evenly at the top and bottom to allow for clearance of the sash rod and stitching details.
Insert the sash rods through the rod pockets at the top and bottom of the panel and attach mounting brackets to both ends of the rod. Arrange headings and pocket seams neatly across the rod to evenly distribute fullness as needed.
Measure and center the uninstalled panel, marking the bracket screw holes with a pencil or pen. Align the brackets symmetrically on all four corners of the glass by evenly distributing the headings and pockets on top and bottom and stretching the panel tightly to avoid fabric sags. Use a level and tape measure to confirm that all pencil marks are square and evenly proportioned with each other and adjacent windows, both horizontally and vertically.
Using a cordless drill, attach the two top brackets to the door at the pencil marks with appropriate screws, and insert brackets on both ends of the rod according to product instructions. Stretch the panel tightly and align the bottom rod brackets with the pre-measured holes to confirm proper alignment. Attach the bottom brackets to the door with appropriate screws and insert the rod ends, duplicating the process at top and bottom for each rod pocket panel. Arrange gathers and headings evenly between top and bottom rods.
The rod and brackets are easy to come by, visit any home treatment store.
Metal Hooks and Eyes, or Brackets or Screws.
Perhaps some of these pictures will help:
Thanks so much to everyone!
I got it hung!!! YaY!!!!