Making lined curtains

While Ian was away I decided it was time to make the new curtains for the cottage.   I have been putting this off for at least four months, maybe six.  First of all I couldn't find any material I liked at a price I could afford so that was a fine excuse.  Then I read a recommendation for Textile Express on Annie's blog.  Textile Express has a fab website but when I realised it was only forty minutes away in Oswestry I had to visit.  Wonderful choice, great prices; material purchased.  Then I carried on putting the job off because I was a bit daunted by the fact that two of the curtains are full length ones for doors but there is nothing like knowing you have a few days to yourself to make you feel you can get your teeth into a project. And amazingly, now it is done.  As I have been thinking of nothing else for about a week I thought I would share with you my own advice on how to make lined curtains.  I am not a supremely talented sewer but I have made loads of these over the years so if I can do it, you can too!  The secret is a combination of good preparation and not expecting too much of yourself!



First you need to work out how much fabric you need.  Measure the width of your rail or curtain pole (ignoring any exciting finials at the end).  Multiply that width by 1.5.  Each of your finished curtains will be 1.5 times the width of the pole.  Then measure the finished length of your curtain by measuring from either the top of the rail if you are using curtain rails of the Swish type or from the bottom of the pole if you are using traditional curtain poles to the place where you want your curtain to fall.  All my windows use curtain poles so these instructions are designed for curtains which hang on poles.  This is the finished length so add 10 cm for the bottom hem and 5 for the top and that will tell you how long each piece of material needs to be.
If you are using a plain material that is all you need to know in order to work out how much fabric to buy.  If you are using a pattered fabric you need to work out the repeat of the pattern so that you can ensure that when your curtains are hung the pattern on one curtain matches up with the pattern on the other.  When I first started curtain making I was quite daunted by this so the first few pairs I made used only plain material.  That was daft looking back as matching pattern repeats is not difficult.  This website here has a very good calculator for working out how much material you need including pattern repeats.  Because they give you a larger allowance for hems than I normally use you will buy rather more material if you use this calculator but no more than enough to make a couple of cushion covers with and it does make calculation very quick and easy.
So now you are ready to go shopping.  Along with your patterned material you need to buy curtain lining, curtain header tape and thread.



I normally use quite a deep header tape like this with three cords unless the window is quite small when tape with two chords would be enough.  A deep tape like this also copes well with longer curtains and heavier material.
Other things which are useful are a tape measure, plenty of pins (I like the headed kind as I don't prick myself so much) and a really good pair of cutting out scissors kept for cutting nothing but material.



The other very useful thing you can see here is a piece of your material kept for testing that your stitch length and tension are right whenever you rethread your machine or bobbin.  I always test a newly inserted bobbin by sewing a test line or two on a piece of waste cloth.  This comes from many frustrating experiences of merrily sewing away on  my finished article only to find that the stitching was puckered or wrongly tensioned.
So the shopping is the fun bit.  Make sure you buy enough thread and enough tape.  Running out of either is a real pain.  Bring it home.  Gloat over it.  Hold the material up by the window and imagine how lovely it will look.  Have a cup of tea.
Then if you are like me nothing will happen for a few weeks.  In my experience leaving your project for a few weeks or even a few months is OK.  If you find everything has been sitting upstairs for a year or so just making you feel guilty that is more of a problem!  There seems for me at any rate to be a point when the fact that something hasn't been done means it will never be done.
Then one weekend or nice clear day take it all out and get going.



Another very useful thing to have is a nice large bit of floor space to lay out the material for cutting and later for pinning.  The more you can get things totally flat the easier the job will be so it is worth moving furniture and putting up with the getting up and down to the floor and working on your hands and knees to have a totally flat area on which to work.  Lay out the material and measure your first length of curtain.  If the width of your material is within 10cm of the 1.5 times width you need for the curtain (either narrower or wider) I would use the material width and not bother to cut it down or add another piece.  Most furnishing material is 140 cm wide and that is often fine for smaller windows.
Measure again.  I don't know whether "measure twice, cut once" is a carpenter's saying or a dressmaker's one but it is hugely true.  There are lots of mistakes you can put right in making curtains, but if you cut the fabric wrong in the first place that can be a disaster.
When you have cut your first curtain, turn the material so that the right side is facing you if it is wasn't already. Find a distinctive part of the pattern and lay your uncut material on top, matching the pattern on the top piece exactly with the pattern on the bottom piece.  If the material has a clear top and bottom make sure both  pieces are the same.  You do not want birds standing on their heads.  You may hear the weary voice of experience here.  Cut your second curtain to match the length of your first. Cut two pieces of lining material to the same length minus 10 cm.  If your lining material is as wide as your curtain material, cut a strip 5cm wide off the width so that you end up lining material that is 10cm shorter and 5 cm narrower than the curtain pieces.



Along with the various things that help with this job, there are of course things that don't help:  cats for one.



Wine is another.  Even the leisurely single glass you think you can have while you get on with pinning up hems and sides is a glass too many.  I don't know why breathalyser tests can't be replaced with knitting and sewing challenges.  I think they would be far more sensitive to alcohol consumption.  You are already doing something which will go wrong if it can.  Sewing is one of the few activities where a glass of wine does not help.  You can let the cat and the wine back into the room when you decide to pack up for the evening.
Lay the fabric right side down on the floor and pin up the bottom 5cm in a nice straight line.  Fold that 5cm over again, take out the first pin and repin with a double hem.  If you forget to take the first lot of pins out and simply use some more pins to make your double hem you will end up with a line of pins hidden in the bottom of the hem which will be a total pain to get out.  Some you might never manage to extract and they will prick you and annoy you when you are blithely opening the curtain many weeks later.
Pin up the other curtain with the same double hem and place one curtain on top of the other to check that you still have two pieces of fabric the same size and that the pattern repeats still match.  It sounds nerdy to check but it is easy to fiddle about with the  pins if you got it a bit wrong.  Take the curtains away and sow the hems on the machine.  Do exactly the same with the lining material, producing a machine sewn double hem on each piece.  Bring everything back to your nice big floor space again.



Lay the curtain flat, right side uppermost.  Lay the right side of the lining material on top, matching along one side and leaving 5cm of the curtain material showing below the bottom edge of the lining material.  Sew with a 1.5cm seam.  The sharp eyed person might notice that it looks as though the side seam has already been sewn here and then unpicked.  You would be right.  After more years of sewing that I care to admit to I failed to sew the right sides together and had to take it apart and turn the lining material over.  Your machine probably comes with a small spiked tool with a plastic handle called a stitch unpicker.  It is your friend.  When you make a mistake it is almost always better to say "Drat" and unpick it than it is to try to persuade yourself that you can get away with it.  I used to think I wouldn't notice my mistakes as time went by but what I have found is that I never forget them and, worse still, I can't resist pointing them out to other people who are trying to say nice things about my work.  Make a soothing, yoga type "Ommm" noise to yourself and take it back.
Sew the lining and the curtain together down one side.  Your lining will be shorter than your curtain at both top and bottom.  Lay the material down again and pin the lining down the other side.  Because your curtain and your lining materials are different widths you will need to create a fold in the wider material so that you can line up the lining and curtain materials.  Sew down this side with a 1.5cm seam.  You will now have a tube of material, hemmed at the bottom.  Turn it inside out so that the curtain material is the right side out.  Lay it flat on the floor again, lining side uppermost, and smooth it flat so that where your curtain material shows on either side you have identical widths.  When I am adopting a counsel of perfection, I iron the curtains at this stage.
You are nearly there now.  I don't always follow my own advice but it is often a good idea to stop for the day if you have been sewing for a while.  On the "If it can go wrong, it will" basis, a whole variety of possible disasters are just waiting to happen.  Your bobbin will run out just before you reach the end of the last possible line of stitching.  You will cut the header tape too short.  You will somehow manage to sew the top of the curtain to the bottom.  Reader, I have done all of the above in my time.  Sewing late into the night increases your chances of getting it wrong almost as much as the glass of wine.  Come back to it tomorrow.



Now we get to putting on the header tape.  Lay the curtain flat again, lining side uppermost.  You will have around 5cm of curtain fabric showing above the top raw edge of the lining material.  Measure the curtain and place a line of pins, around 18cm apart to show you where the finished top edge of the curtain will be.  Fold in the top corner of the curtain fabric in a neat mitre and pin the curtain fabric along the line of the pins so that the curtain fabric overlaps the lining.  Check again that you have a curtain of the right finished length before you go any further.  Measure twice, sew once is also a good thing if you can manage it!
Lay the curtain header tape along the top edge of the curtain overhanging the curtain sides by about 10 cm on either side.  You are going to tie the chords together at one end, having pulled them out of around the 10 cm of tape.  I find it easier to tie the middle chord to an outside one and then both of these to the remaining chord.  When you have done that, fold the tape so that the tied chords are covered by the header tape and begin to pin the tape along the top edge of the curtain.  When you get to the other end, pull out the loose chords so that they line up with the edge of the curtain and fold the remaining tape under as you did at the beginning.  Take it to the machine and sew the line along the top of the curtain, taking the pins out as you go. Return to the end with the hidden tied chords and sew up and down the end of the tape so that the chords are secured by the line of sewing.  Leave the end with the pulled out chords open.  You won't need to pin the bottom edge of the header tape to sew it but it is a good idea to start at the same end you started with for the top edge.  You get a neater, straighter attachment by doing this than you do if you sew across one way, down the tied end and along the other edge in the other direction.
When you attach the header tape to the second curtain, make sure that you have your tied ends and your loose chords at the opposite ends to those you used on the first curtain.  This means that when you hang your curtains and pull up the chords the pulled up chords sit at each side of the curtain, at the edge by the window frame, not in the centre of the window.
You are done.  Iron the curtains on the lining side.



If you can't hang them straight away keep them smooth with the lining side out in case of flying coffee and cat hairs.  I can't show you them hanging right now as we still have visitors in the cottage but I have two pairs of shorter curtains and two floor length ones made and ready to go.  This gives you an idea of a finished short curtain, laid out on the bed.





Congratulate yourself.  Marvel at the money you have saved.  Allow yourself that glass of wine.  Start to plan your next project











So here they are! It worked! It worked!

Comments

  1. I agree with you about alcohol, cats and late night sewing all not helping as I've done nearly everything you mentioned as possibly going wrong too at some point when sewing curtains! They are lovely curtains - well done!

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    1. Glad I am not the only one who experiences these things!

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  2. Your curtains look lovely, such beautiful material. You definitely earned that glass of wine! I have a waiting list of curtains to make so this was a very useful post, thank you. And thanks for the links too - Textile Express is a great find. I've been looking for red gingham oilcloth and they've got it - fabulous!

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    1. Textile Express is a really good place. They send out samples as well so they are definitely on my list of great finds!

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  3. I've bought lots of material in the past to make curtains, and have even started them. Somehow, I have never finished! I think that part of the problem is that I have old Singer hand machine. It is great for some things, but curtains are a bit much. Most of the material went to Karen a few weeks ago when I sorted out my airing cupboard.

    I'm sure Henry enjoyed helping!

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    1. I think curtains definitely need a electric machine Jane! You should invest in one.

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  4. I didn't read all of your helpful instructions, although I already have the cat and the bottle of wine. I'll save them for the day that I get the sewing machine fixed, take out the roll of fabric that is propped in a corner of my closet and embark on my bedroom curtain project. Thanks for your help.

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    1. Well if you have the cat and the bottle of wine you are halfway there!

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  5. I made curtains (floor length and lined) for various rooms about ten years ago and to my shame, the ones in my daughter's bedroom are still only pinned or tacked at the bottom. Sewing curtains is exhausting. I also found it quite difficult to sew the fabric to the lining while still allowing everything to fall nicely. It is an exact science that's for sure.

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    1. Full length ones are quite a challenge but shorter ones are not too bad. I too have had curtains which have remained pinned up for years, possibly for generations!

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  6. Great informative post and I loved the cat and wine humor too. I really like the pattern you chose for your drapes/curtains and look forward to seeing them in the cottage.

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    1. I hope to hang them in the holiday cottage this weekend Lynne so shall facebook some pictures!

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  7. Lovely looking material. I enjoy making and altering curtains. The only extra thing I do that might be useful to nervous/novice makers is make a chart which lists each step and measurement, and can be ticked off as you go along. Helpful if you can't finish in one go.

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    1. That is a great idea about the chart of things to do. I tend to end up with lots of little notes all over the place but love the chart alternative. I shall adopt it, thank you!

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  8. You tell a great story and you're so funny! and you're right, making them yourself saves a lot of $$.. I made ours too.

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    1. You also get just what you want if you make them yourself. I can never find ready made curtains that I like and buying beautiful fabric and getting someone else to make them is really quite expensive.

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  9. The only time I ever put my back out was making curtains. It can be dangerous! People wanted to know how I'd done it.. wielding a chain saw or falling out of a tree? No. Over-stretching whilst working on a large piece of fabric on the floor.

    Those little unpicker things really are invaluable aren't they? I love your choice of fabric too. Great job!

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    1. it is amazing how many ways there are to put your back out!

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    2. Ouch - that can be very painful. I once walked across a huge piece of fabric on the floor, it moved and my front leg went far too far away from the rest of my body. Pulled a groin muscle that took weeks to mend. V embarrassing.

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  10. I'm in the process of making very long curtains for my main living space. I have just recently moved to a much older Victorian-style home, with 14 foot ceilings. Each room has 5 extra tall windows. I solved my fabric dilemma with buying king size bed sheets. I split each flat sheet in half, using the larger hem of the bed sheet as the hem for the bottom of the curtain. Fortunately, I also have the space to work off the floor. Thank you for writing this post with lots of valuable information.

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    1. That is a clever idea with the sheets! 14 foot ceiling are quite a challenge too although the rooms must be wonderful.

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  11. This is such a practical post, it covers everything :-) and is an enjoyable read too. I like making curtains, but as you point out it is definitely a task for a few days completely by yourself.

    The fabric is lovely, so fresh! I hope you show us a photo of the new curtains hanging in the cottage.
    x

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    1. I have hung the curtains today so will do some photos later when the family have gone.

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  12. Your curtains look lovely and your terrific post explains it all very well. I loved the advice about the cat and the wine; spending time with both afterwards is definitely the reward.

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    1. Thank you. I do keep wondering if I have missed something obvious out. Hope not!

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  13. I'm going to bookmark this post for when I need it later in the year. I've always been terrified of lined ones and consequently have a few useless pairs of light spilling, heat transferring curtains that need replacing. I'm inspired....thank you!

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    1. I do hope it helps! It is truly not a difficult job if you take your time and avoid cats and wine!

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  14. Or you can go to IKEA as I have just done. Mind you I am hopeless when it come to home decor and J no longer has the energy. But seeing your beautifully easy to follow instruction guide makes me think that even I could get out a sewing machine if ever I had a clear space, though I am not sure I would do it with relish and certainly wouldn't think it worthwhile to unpick mistakes. One and a half times the width, I am saying to myself. Ahhh! So that is why the IKEA curtain looks so wrong it is only one width and so looks tight and stretched and also the pole looks too long. The curtains we have now came from my mother's Kensington flat and date from the late 1950s. They are real Miss Haversham curtains of extremely solid and expensive material, now faded in parts and stained in others and always about two feet too long. But I always felt it would be sacrilege to cut them just in case we ever moved to a house with Kensington tall windows. Sometimes I think caves really are best, simplest anyway. But thanks, thanks for this Really Useful blog.

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    1. I am glad just occasionally to be a Really Useful person!

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  15. How funny... It's is exactly the post I would have written about making curtains too!! Good advice about the wine, even a few sips will jeopardise the curtains! I also find it very difficult to find reasonably-priced fabric since the demise of Fabric Warehouse so the link is very useful too.

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  16. You have no idea how timely this is - I currently have an enormous length of material plus lining waiting for me to turn them into lined curtains for our lounge. You give admirably straightforward instructions complete with observations (not sowing late into the night, drinking alcohol, checking they are still the right length etc) that make me feel you have been spying on me, though it has been years since I made any curtains. But I remember... Particularly the unpicking... Next time it rains I will begin. Thank you for giving me a sense of confidence, no idea why, but you have despite the long gap in which I did no sowing at all. And despite the familiarity I still feel I have with the unpicking thingy...

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    1. I used the unpicking thingy even when making these. Use it with pride I say!

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  17. I love the fabric. Can we see them hanging up please. The wine and cat sounds like a well earned treat too. Sue

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    1. I have put some photos up at the end now of the finished product!

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  18. Fabulous! My husband is the sewing machine wizard around here. I prefer to sit with my glass of wine and my cats and watch someone else sew... 8-) I do enjoy my crochet projects, but they don't involve thread that won't stay the right tension or needles that bend and break, or fabric that gets crookeder and crookeder as it goes. Kudos to you and your prodigious talent... and I love the fabric you chose! Looking forward to photos of the curtains "in situ"!

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    1. My husband can sew too but I am the curtain queen!

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  19. Thank you so much for your tutorial I have never had the confidence to make lined curtains they have always scared me - I think I might have a go x

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    1. I would be so pleased to feel that reading this had helped someone have the confidence to have a go. Do try! It is a very satisfying thing to do.

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  20. These are very lovely curtains.

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    1. Thanks Isabelle. I am really pleased with them.

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  21. The curtains are beautiful, and they wouldn't have been quite so lovely without the feline help, I'm absolutely certain. (They're 'helpful' when knitting too, providing you have two cats - one to play catch and hang off each of your needles, then you're equally balanced...)

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  22. I have been putting off making our living room curtains for about two years, despite having the fabric the whole time! This morning I had a stern word with myself and have started cutting and ironing. I've read many tutorials online and in books but yours is so simple and clearly-explained that I'm feeling really confident and actually (gasp!) looking forward to cracking on with them. Thank you so much! Yours look absolutely lovely.

    Emily

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  24. Lovely curtains! As an advocate of window treatments, I could only wish I have a sewing machine talent like yours. But I don't so, as much as your tips are helpful, people like me will have to be fine with purchasing treatments to beautify our window. =)
    → Roxie @ WindowTreatmentsPhiladelphia.com

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  25. Hi Elizabeth I found your post via google and now using it make my first proper lined curtains. Please can you answer a technical questions? Sometimes in your post you say to sew, and sometimes you say sew on the machine. Should they all be done on the machine or should sewing be done by hand unless specified? Also you advice

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    1. Oh dear,it is ages since I looked at this post and I am sure your curtains are long since made (beautiful too I hope). Just in case anyone else wants to know,all the sewing is done on the machine.

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  26. can you tell me how you attached the rings to your curtains...I want to renew the curtains in my dining room and bedroom but am not sure how you go about attaching the rings as both currently have tabs....thanks

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  27. you have a lot of interesting ideas and i love your pretty tastes always, my blog at Curtain designs

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  28. Thank you so much for this. I have just made my first ever curtains (for a huge bay window in the bedroom!) and these instructions meant I did them with no errors- unheard of for me and my sewing machine. No cats or wine involved!

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  29. Dear Elizabeth.
    Thank you for writing this very enjoyable and most useful post. I discovered it as I am making curtains for my Shepherd's Hut in Cornwall (if you're interested in a peek, see www.hideawayhuts.co.uk !). I went to bed when you told me to and am very glad I did! Planning to become a regular follower of your blog.
    You're style is just lovely to read.
    Holly

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  30. From the time I optimistically bought my wife a sewing machine (40+ yrs ago) I have had to be the seamstress in the family !! I made curtains back then, but now have to re-learn. I like your instructions and they give me confidence for starting tomorrow.

    I find the size daunting. They are each 2.4m wide and 2.6m high. I worry that, with such width and height, the linings and the curtain main material may choose to become independent - with the lining 'holding up' or 'dragging down' the curtain material. I seem to remember that stitching can cause this pulling due to the different thickness and weight of material.

    To be honest, I shall be v glad when I have actually made them as the prospect is daunting.

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  31. I am awful at sewing. Fact. I'd love to make my own curtains (we can't get ready made as we have wide bay windows too big for normal curtains) but I know my limits he he. We've been quoted £460 for made to measure but thats too pricey. Anyone know any reasonably priced person who could make us some curtains? Thanks!

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  34. Can you help I'm having problem where my header tape has stretched and my curtains look offal, I'm having to take then down and pull the stretched cord through by hand using tweesers, is there an easier way to fix stretched tape or do I need to just persevere. Many thanks dawn

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  35. Thank you so much for brilliantly clear instructions. I'm a novice and I have made 3 pairs of curtains using your blog: - long, lined curtains; short bedroom curtains and altered a pair of cheap, shop bought curtains. I used Ikea fabrics and I think the results look really good. I'm very proud of myself and I think you are wonderful :)

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  36. Making Lined Curtains: Cut the fabric to the required size for each curtain. Cut the lining 4" (10 cms) narrower and 3" (7.5 cms) shorter than the fabric. Turn up a double 2" (5 cms) hem at the bottom edge of the lining and stitch. Turn up a double 3" (7.5 cms) hem at the bottom edge of the fabric and pin.
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  37. Those are really good tips about working late and using test pieces for checking stitches. I too have learnt the hard way. Unfortunately the biggest space I have for cutting is the living room floor. Where I dither and worry about making the first cut (I measure and check several times as paranoid about ruining the fabric before I've started!!!) our dogs would be barking to come in, so the only place is on the mattress! I have to use a measuring stick to line the pattern up for marking and cutting as it sticks to the mattress and I have to manipulate it. For that reason I found it easier to have patterned material. I cut everything out yesterday and hopefully(!!) sewing up today. Window is 7' x 7' so wish me luck!! I'll probably leave hemming the curtain until the end as, knowing me, I'll put the header slightly in the wrong place and they'll end up being too long or too short! I loved reading your blog and your curtains look stunning. Thanks for all your tips - Hilary

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  39. Not sure how I missed seeing this post. I've made curtains for our several houses over the decades, more recently creating lined ones. My method is very similar to yours, although the header tape with pull cords is unfamiliar.
    I agree that while measuring and cutting curtain fabric seems very straight forward and the stitching is all on straight flat pieces, there is definitely potential for something to go wrong.
    On the last batch made I was reluctant to work on the floor with a gang of helpful felines, so pushed several tables together to support the weight and length of the fabric.
    Once the curtains are finished and hanging at the windows there is a real sense of accomplishment.

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