Heidi Samia | Eleanor Rose Home
Iron the tablecloth on the highest setting, with steam (the steam will help release the wrinkles) to remove all wrinkles.
Measure from the curtain rod to the floor (factor in if you want your curtains to puddle or not), then you will know how much you will need to “hem” the curtains.
Use the fabric fuse tape to hem the bottom of the curtain to your desired length.
Add your curtain rings to the top of the curtains. I used 11 curtain rings placed about 6? apart. Placing the curtain rings closer together will give your curtains more structure
Slide the curtains rings onto the curtain rod, and your DIY tablecloth curtains are complete!
DIY curtains with tablecloths are relatively inexpensive to make. The tablecloth I used was $70/tablecloth.
Drop cloths, flat bedsheets, tablecloths, or fabric from your craft store are great curtain options and can be made without little to no sewing experience.
I believe that if you fill your home with things you love, love will fill your home.