* grommetted shower curtain

Posted on December 8th, 2004 by maitreya. Filed under Projects with Instructions.


Our last shower curtain bit the dust after only a couple of months. It was a fairly cheap vinyl one, and one of the holes pulled through. The kitten’s valient efforts to climb it and/or pull it down may have had something to do with it’s short life, but it was still annoying. Meet v2. One of the nice things about my ever-growing crafting empire is that I often have tools and supplies on hand to just do things when I think of them. Like add grommets to reinforce the holes this time. These are just 99 cent Dritz grommets, set with the Dritz plastic setter thing that may even have come in the package with the grommets. We’ll see how long it holds out.

In other crafting news, I’m on the lookout for ideas for the old shower curtain. It looks like rice paper, but plasticized.

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2 Responses to “grommetted shower curtain”

  1. Annalise Says:

    I am in desperate need of a PLASTIC shower curtain, (a cute one), and this one looks PERFECT!! would you please tell me where you got this??

    Thanks!!!

  2. Maitreya Says:

    Ummmmm, you realize this post is from 5 years ago, right? I think it might have been from Martha Stewart’s Kmart line.

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