How to Make an Envelope Cushion Cover

Envelope Cushion CoverThere are several ways to make a cushion cover. Today we will take a look at how to make a cushion cover that I consider to be by far the easiest. This type of cushion cover is very similar in style to the traditional pillow case and is often called an Envelope cushion cover.

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How to Shorten Eyelet Curtains – Ring tops Step by Step

How to Shorten Eyelet Curtains - Ring TopsSo you need to shorten some eyelet curtains, or ring tops as they are also known … No problem. Simply follow this step by step guide and you’ll have them done in no time.

When you shorten eyelet curtains (Ring top curtains), they need to be shortened from the bottom.

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Making Curtains Step 4: Cutting your fabric to the correct length.

Welcome to step 4 of our guide to making curtains. For those of you who have been following, please read on.

On the other hand, if you have managed to land here from afar, you may want to check out  Steps 1-3 to find out what we did first!

Step 4: Cutting your fabric to the correct length.

First, unfold your fabric on to a flat surface. Obviously, if you are making curtains that are quite long, you may not be able to unfold the whole length. Don’t worry, just unfold as much as you can. Next, we need to make sure that the cut end is a straight cut. If not you will need to cut off as little as possible to straighten it up.

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How to make Curtains – Easy step by step guide

Can you tell me how to make curtains?

How to make curtains like this - Pic of ready made curtains at Terry's fabricsYes! of course we can. In fact we would be happy to tell you how to make curtains. However, the answer to this question is not quite so simple.

Unfortunately we can’t simply jump in and say “Fold this, pin that and stitch there… job done!”. That would be silly. This is mainly because, when you make curtains, there are different types and styles of curtains to choose from. Before we can tell you how to make curtains, we need to know
that you have completed the first three steps to making any type of curtain.

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