Published at Monday, April 22nd, 2019 - 13:42:22 PM. Curtains. By Roxane Jacquet.
NB It is important that you get the sequence 100% correct before you make the marks and the holes, should you realize that you want to change the roses around after the holes have been made you run the risk of having gaping holes in your curtain which could look rather messy. The next step will be to measure the top width of the window frame and then cut the dowel or curtain wire in order to fit (using either a pliers if it is wire or a hand saw if you are cutting the dowel).
Start at the top left hand corner of the curtain, using the awl push a hole through the organza where you have made your first mark, NB it’s easier and is likely to make a cleaner hole if you hold the fabric on either side of the mark that you made whilst pushing the awl through. Once the hole has been made (ensure that it is big enough for the stem to go through) push the stem of the rose through the hole and secure the rose by pushing the plastic backing back onto the stem which will now be facing the back of the curtain, push it up as far as it will go, this will ensure that the rose won’t fall off when it’s being laundered.
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