Seahorse Shower Curtain With Lower Ruffle
Seahorse Shower Curtain With Lower Ruffle – To have theme seahorse shower curtain are a way to add the seahorse mood of a bathroom. If you have skill with a sewing machine, you can buy seahorse materials and make your own curtains. Dress up your bathroom by making a delicate, ruffled seahorse shower curtain. Keep subtle appearance by adding a single ruffle on the curtain. Avoid the need to put holes or penetrations in the top of the curtain, using clips on the shower rod instead of hooks or rings.
Instructions make seahorse shower curtain with lower Ruffle, Cut a rectangle of fabric that measures 74 inches wide and 72 inches long. Specify contrasting fabric in four strips 36 inches by 6 inches. Place two strips on top of each other, right sides together, and pin on a 6-inch side. Repeat with the other two strips. Sew the strips together along the six-inch page with a half-inch seam allowance. Fold, then add the two sewn-together the strips on top of each other, right sides on, and pin on a 6-inch side, then sew with a half-inch seam. Fold so that you have a long strip. Fold over the four sides of the strip a half inch and pin, then sew along the inside of the hem.
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Next steps make seahorse shower curtain with lower Ruffle, set the stitch length on your sewing machine to the longest length. Sew a row of stitches along one long side of the strip of fabric, one inch from the edge. Leave a tail of wire at each end of the strip. Pull the tails of the thread to gather the band into a frill that is 72 inches long. Fold over the four edges of the 74-by-72-inch piece of fabric one-half inch, then another half inch and pin. Stitch along the inside. Add the ruffled strip along the lower edge of the seahorse shower curtain. The lower part of ruffle should be at the bottom of the curtain and the two short sides of ruffle should be directed against the sides of the curtain. Pin in place along the top of the ruffle, and then sew it to the curtain along the top. Hang curtain rods with clips bath or shower, and then attach the upper edge of the curtain to the clips.