How Do You Make A Swag & Cascade Curtains?
Sewing for your home is a great do-it-yourself project even if your sewing skills are not the best. For the price of fabric, you can create a whole new living space for every season. This is really great if you have ever checked the price of soft furnishings, such as draperies pillows and slipcovers. Be your own interior designer and save money in the process. You have nothing to lose and a beautiful house to gain. Step 1 Install the rod brackets or holdbacks on top of the window. Measure the finish width between the rod brackets or holdbacks and the finished length from the top of the rod to where you want the swag to fall against the window. Estimate the required fabric length by adding the width of the window and twice the finished length together. Divide this number by 36 to convert the number into yards. Step 2 Cut the fabric to the desired length. Sew a small hem along all four sides. Step 3 Hang the swag on the rod brackets or holdbacks. Wrap the fabric behind the brackets or ar