|For my kitchen! |
Lets the light in, but keeps the peepers at bay.
Press (iron) the raw edges of the top and bottom hems in about 1/2" or so, just to hide the raw edge since we won't be lining these curtains. Now is a good time to press the side seams (selvages) of your curtain to the back too.
First, stitch down your side seams, then stitch your hem on the top and bottom. Stitch as close to the inside fold as you can get.
And they're ready to hang!