Hello everyone! I’m here today to show you my brand new It’s A Crayola World Curtains!
Yes, I made some curtains for my small craft space. The great thing about them is the color. They match the colors on my wall. They were so easy to make, I know for sure you can create some for yourself.
Let’s take a look at my curtains:
I’m giddy with glee. Look at how cute they are.
Let’s talk about this fabric collection:
Five amazing fabric panels were inspired by nature and loaded with color. The amazing thing about these images, you will find Crayola® crayons blended into the artwork. It’s amazing. My sisters stopped by when I was working on the curtains; they were blown away by the crayons they spotted in the flowers.
This collection is the newest official licensed fabric line from Crayola®.
Here’s how to create these curtains:
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Step 1: Cut the panels
Cut the panels into two pieces. They measure 36 inches by the WOF.
Step 2: Prepare the panels
Double hem three sides of the panel by a 1/2 inch.
For the top hem, fold the raw edge over a 1/2 inch and press. Fold 3 inches and press again.
Step 3: Sew the hems
Using the 10D# Edgestitch Bernina presser foot, sew on the panel’s right side as close to the folded edge.
Repeat on all sides.
Step 4: Prepare the top edge for grommets
Measure the width of the fabric and multiply it by the number of grommets you want to use.
The grommet will be placed at 4.25, 8.50, 12.75, 17.25, 21.50, 25.75, and 30.25 inches.
Using the template that comes with the grommets, draw circles at the points above.
Cut the circles out.
Step 5: Adhering the grommets
Place one side of the grommet underneath the circle and one on top.
Snap the grommets into place.
Repeat for all of them.
Step 6: Finish the curtains
Press both curtains and snip any loss threads.
Done!! This is an afternoon project, and you can do it.
Now it’s your turn!