8.28.2008

Vintage Kitchen Curtains




I made these vintage kitchen curtains out of a yard of fabric purchased from an antique store for only $2. The fabric was hemmed on all 4 sides, so I cut it in half, hemmed the two raw edges, and then clipped them to my curtain rod.

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15 comments:

Grandma J said...

Those curtains are adorable.

Coloradolady said...

I love the vintage fabric. What a great find, and what a cute idea to make out of the fabric. Really cheery for a kitchen. Nice.

ellen b. said...

Those are great. How resourceful of you! I like them...

Lidian said...

These are beautiful curtains!

~nanashouse~ said...

You are one creative gal! I'm thinkin I should move to Spokane just for the thrift stores :-)

Charlotte said...

What a great idea. I love the print on the curtains. It's amazing what can be done with very little money if you have a great imagination, which you obviously have.

REAL ME said...

I love them!

Carrie said...

A very pretty pattern.

This reminds me of the curtains and bedspread my mom bought me when i was in high school. It had strawberries all over.

marybt said...

Those are darling!

Diane said...

Your kitchen has the best look AND the best budget! You should be on one of those HGTV shows :)

The Apron Queen said...

I love these curtains. I have a few yds of Wilendur toweling fabric. I've been meaning to make curtains. Got to drag out the sewing machine first! :)

:..Rebekah..: said...

What perfect curtains! I used to make curtains when we lived at our other home, but they didn't look as good as yours. You did such a great job!

marianedwardsdreamweaver said...

They are adorable...you're very clever :)xx

Elizabeth said...

What a cute fabric, and such a bargain!

Fifi Flowers said...

Those are adorble... fabric looks good with your blog design too!