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Happiest DIY Office Curtains

By: Jennifer Allwood from
Happiest DIY Office Curtains
Happiest DIY Office Curtains
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In the Designer's Words: "So I have been looking at FINALLY putting up curtains in my office. I haven’t seen any premade curtains in stores that I love, so I’ve been searching on Etsy. I stumbled across a fabric I loved then waited for a giant sale at my favorite fabric store.

I tire of things quickly so I know they won’t stay up forever and I’d rather save the money to buy other stuff to go into the room…. so I cut them in half to save money.

Come out and join the #hotmess revolution! The blog post has lots of pictures, hints and a video."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byHand


Materials List

  • fabric cut to size (times the number of panels for the project)
  • Peel n Stick Fabric Fuse
  • Clip on curtain rings
  • Fabric shears


  1. Measure the fabric to desired length of curtains

  2. Use Peel N Stick to create hems on all sides

  3. Attach clip on rings

  4. Hang curtains

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Very pretty fabric that the blogger used and it gives some color to the office. I always sew my curtains but for those that do not sew this is a great way to make some by using the Peel and Stick fabric fuse. I have not used this yet but good to know it is there if you need it. So if you have ever wanted to make curtains but do not sew you can follow this idea and give your room a new look. Great idea.

These are so pretty! Such a great way to liven up a room. I love how these are so colorful.


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