Curtains. Tuesday , March 28th , 2017 - 15:37:10 PM
Some curtains require some lining at the back to make them thick. In this case, cut the lining material of the same length as the curtain fabric. Pin the two fabrics with their plain sides facing each other. Sew the two materials together at the border with a sewing machine. Fold the edges at least half an inch inwards along three sides and then hem sew it using the sewing machine. Only one of the shorter sides should be left unstitched. However if you want to add drapery weights on the bottom side of the curtain you should leave it unstitched too.
Typically blinds are thin and offer minimal heat insulation to a room. Compare this with a lovely warm set of curtains which not only keep the heat inside but also cut draughts as they can hang below the window ledge, unlike blinds which stop just above the ledge. Curtains can also be interlined with a thick material to add extra heat insulation.
Earlier curtains were only used to cover the windows and to stop the wind or bright sunny rays from entering the rooms. Nowadays, the curtains have become an important part of your interior decor and they are especially designed or picked from the upholstery to match the interior theme. If you want some wonderful curtains to decorate your windows, then you should choose from the latest grommet drapes that look simply adorable on all types of windows. Over the years, the popularity of these curtains has grown immensely because they are versatile and can convert a dull looking room into a modern and bright one.
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