Comments on: Tutorial: Burlap Trimmed Drop Cloth Curtains http://my1929charmer.com/tutorial-burlap-trimmed-drop-cloth-curtains/ Mon, 01 Sep 2014 22:50:52 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 By: sharonhttp://my1929charmer.com/tutorial-burlap-trimmed-drop-cloth-curtains/#comment-27839 Tue, 08 Jul 2014 14:24:07 +0000 http://my1929charmer.com/?p=15703#comment-27839 This is going to be perfect for covering the back of my house for my son's garden wedding in August! I was going to hang curtain panels but this is so much cheaper & cuter. The bride is making burlap/lace table runners so this will be perfect!

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By: Lynhttp://my1929charmer.com/tutorial-burlap-trimmed-drop-cloth-curtains/#comment-19477 Mon, 07 Apr 2014 05:16:02 +0000 http://my1929charmer.com/?p=15703#comment-19477 I love the burlap detail and I think I am going to do this on my kitchen curtains. They are a French look ticking with a red stripe in the fabric. I always thought they looked unfinished so this frill should do the trick. Thanks!

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By: Bettyhttp://my1929charmer.com/tutorial-burlap-trimmed-drop-cloth-curtains/#comment-5915 Fri, 07 Dec 2012 01:04:01 +0000 http://my1929charmer.com/?p=15703#comment-5915 these are great. i'm going to do it! i didn't understand your note: "Make your curtains "folds" before securing, and stitch on either side or fold or they will hang funny." Do you mean to make the hand tacks through both the top front and the top folded-over-and-sewn back of the curtain? I really like that you used tension rods because that's what i want to do too. Good job with the photos -- that helps SOOO much!

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By: Inahttp://my1929charmer.com/tutorial-burlap-trimmed-drop-cloth-curtains/#comment-5910 Thu, 06 Dec 2012 15:26:03 +0000 http://my1929charmer.com/?p=15703#comment-5910 Me encanta todas las ideas y sugerencias que tienes en tu blog. Ciao

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By: Lisa Rose McPhersonhttp://my1929charmer.com/tutorial-burlap-trimmed-drop-cloth-curtains/#comment-5809 Fri, 30 Nov 2012 23:58:26 +0000 http://my1929charmer.com/?p=15703#comment-5809 thank you for sharing a wonderful idea. With those curtains the possiblities are endless and all thanks to you. Have a wonderful, quiet weekend, you, your family and Bo. Our Prayers are with you.
Lisa Rose

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By: Pendrahttp://my1929charmer.com/tutorial-burlap-trimmed-drop-cloth-curtains/#comment-5808 Fri, 30 Nov 2012 18:31:00 +0000 http://my1929charmer.com/?p=15703#comment-5808 My hubby runs a lumber yard at Mendards...I called him right away when I got this post and he had to get the forklift into the Garden Center (now closed) to get the Burlap for me. Thanks for the tip about the landscape burlap being softer and to buy all the drop cloths at once...I love it when I can have him shop at work and bring me home all the supplies I need! I'm gonna make these for our bedroom curtains, I think they will be gorgeous with my handmade quilts and all my garden, country decor in that room! Thanks for the great tutorial!!!
Crafty Hugs,
Pendra

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By: cherylhttp://my1929charmer.com/tutorial-burlap-trimmed-drop-cloth-curtains/#comment-5794 Fri, 30 Nov 2012 00:39:34 +0000 http://my1929charmer.com/?p=15703#comment-5794 Thank you so much for taking the time for sharing!! Now I am going to attempt this. Thanks again!!!

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