* bobble trim curtains

Posted on April 25th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

These curtains have been in the to do pile for a while now, but they were quick once I actually worked on them. The original inspiration is this bag and skirt from Susanstars (first posted about in October 2003!) Fabric from Ikea, pompom trim from Denver Fabrics (which, I should note, was the final choice after another one of my marathon comparison shopping campaigns). We’ve moved twice since I bought the fabric, and the new windows are somewhat bigger than in the old place, so the curtains are not quite as billowy as I would’ve preferred.


I was at Anthropologie the other day, and apparently pompom trim is trendy. Cool. I get the Anthropologie catalog mainly for crafting inspiration since their stuff is generally so expensive. Crochet also seems abundant.

One Response to “bobble trim curtains”

  1. Julia Says:

    I thought I should finally post.

    You make procrastination so much easier! I love your links pages and your crafts!

    And I’m normally really long winded, so I’m just going to stop here because the latest Anthropologie just arrived, so I have to go through it and start reconstructing some shirts for summer…


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