I am always asked how I do a double shower curtain & liner, so I thought I would do a complete step by step tutorial of my latest one.
I have 9 ft. ceilings, so I first cut my fabric to the desired length. I like for mine to go all the way to the ceiling, so I use that length plus 7 inches for the top and 7 inches for the bottom hems. I lay it out on the living room floor since that is the only open space I have big enough. After it was cut to size I wanted to add some decor to the curtain, so I added a 2 inch grosgrain ribbon down one side. I sewed it 4 inches in from the side.
Sew the two fabrics together down both sides.
Turn inside out.
Press so you have a nice sharp edge on the returns.
Now to hem the top of the curtain - -
Fold back your 7 inch header allowance -
Now you need two tension rods. One to hang the shower liner on and one for the outer curtain. You can buy extra long shower liners on line. I always use the nylon kind so I can wash them often to keep them fresh.
This makes a pretty decorative addition to any bathroom. By using indoor-outdoor fabric it stays fresh and any moisture doesn't hurt it.
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