Curtain Valance from a Tablecloth

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By far the best fabric out there can be found at fabric stores, but even on sale some can be out of the price range at 10$ yard and up when you need a many yards to make panel cutains.    I like to change a rooms look without a big fuss or expense,  just want a seasonal change and new a new fresh look, something to match the seasonal mood.

  • Spring-lighter and brighter
  • Summer-gauzy
  • Summer patrotic
  • Fall- warmer
  • Winter-Red and festive.
  • Winter -golden

Here was a nifty Pintrest idea I saw, making curtain Valance’s from a tablecloth. Even better when I found a table cloth I actually looked and on sale.  It was over 120inches.  I used 16 inches and sewed a hem on each side, leaving room for the rod on top and viola it was done!

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I have a a cabin heart. My frugal home often comes from hindsight and looking for ways to do better next time. This blog is from me-City Girl Chris and my adventures with my Country Man and with you all, fostering friendship like over the morning breaksfast table as neighbors with a good cup of coffe sharing the lastest news, things I like such as craft projects, family, I'm a mom, dog lover, sharing good cooking & baking recipes, and looking for the best frugal ways. Family * Friends* Food* Cooking* Crafts *DIY* Sharing and more What are your money challenges, Let's share and figure it out together
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