This tutorial covers the basics of DIY kitchen curtains.
This post is part of our #KitchenCircles series.
Kitchen curtains are great for creating beautiful wallpapers, but they also come in a range of styles and colors.
If you want to turn a kitchen sink into one of your kitchen’s greatest features, we’re here to show you how.
Here are the basics to the DIY kitchen curtain:1.
Cutting the curtains into 3D shapesOnce you’ve cut the curtains in a 3D shape, the next step is to fabricate the curtain pieces that make up the curtain.
To do this, you’ll need a sewing machine, a sewing kit, and a fabricator.1.
Start by cutting the curtain into 3-D shapes:The easiest way to do this is to use a ruler, a measuring tape, and scissors.
The fabricator will use the ruler to make the shapes.
(You’ll need the scissors to make your fabric.)
The ruler is easy to use because it’s just a straight edge.2.
Cut the fabric from the fabricator’s blade.3.
Pin the fabric into place using a fabric holder.4.
Cut out the fabric.
You’ll want to make sure to cut out the corners so that the curtain won’t stick to the fabric holder when you hang it.5.
Pin your curtain into place with the fabric protector.
The protector will come out of the side of the fabric and can be cut into three pieces.6.
Pin in place using the fabric piece that came out of your fabricator blade.7.
Pin a second fabric piece on top of the first one.8.
Stitch together the two fabric pieces to create the curtain piece.9.
Paint the curtain to create your kitchen curtain.
Here’s what you’ll end up with:1,2.
Now, it’s time to paint the curtain with some of your favorite household paints.
I used a mixture of black and orange because it was easy to work with and the colors matched.3,4.
It’s time for the curtain itself.
I decided to paint it with a combination of white, yellow, and blue.
I also used a white paint because the paint is lighter than the curtains and it didn’t dry quickly.5,6.
I used a small amount of spray paint to paint a small white circle on the back of the curtain, and then a larger one on top.7,8.
The last step is for you to hang the curtain up.
This is a tricky step because you’ll have to decide how much you want the curtain hanging down and how long you want it to hang up.
Here’s what I did:1)Put a small piece of cloth over the top of your curtain.2)Grab the fabric pieces that come with the curtain and pin them together using your fabric cutter.3)Attach the fabric to the cloth with a string that’s attached to the end of the string.4)Grab a piece of fabric on the other end of your string and pull the fabric down.5)Stitch the fabric together to form the curtain end.6)Stick the curtain down onto the ceiling using a piece that’s glued to the curtain using a glue gun.7)Glue the curtain back up using a thread that has a loop on it.8)The finished curtain: