Sunday, June 13, 2010

Trim & Hang Cafe Curtain

So this is probably cheating.

It's been a while since I've made something. Far too long, in fact. So I had to find something quick, something easy, just to get my fix.

All I needed to make this adorable cafe curtain for my kitchen was a pair of scissors, a pressure rod and a yard and a half of Kokka's ready-made cafe curtain fabric I bought at The Urban Craft Center. This Japanese fabric comes with pre-punched holes for the rod and screen printed scalloped edges. A quick trim along the scallops and the curtain is ready to hang [the screen printing keeps the fabric from fraying]. I didn't even hem the sides of this before I hung it up, I was that excited, but I will as soon as I get my [new!!] sewing machine set up.

Can't beat the cute little forest scene either...


  1. Hello Devon!

    Finally updating your blog :)
    I started a quilt the other day! I'm really exciting, even though I'm not sewing that well!
    I'll show you some pictures on Facebook, if you're interested! lol

    Take care and keep up with the updates!

    Emilie (the one who wrote you on facebook)

  2. This is so cute, Devon. I know how good it feels to get some stitching in when things get so busy. I'd love to hear about the new sewing machine!
    It was great seeing you and you know who. ;)

  3. Cutest Cafe Curtain I have ever seen! The fabric print and scallop edge is darling!! It really adds a lot of fun and coziness to the area over your sink. ;)


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