I have a love/hate relationship with sewing. These days...I love to hate it.
In the midst of our kitchen re-do (one day, I WILL do a before/after post on that), I found some fab-u-lous fabric at Wal-Mart that I loved for kitchen curtains.
I fully intended to sew them...really. I had the best intentions. But you know...I was also 9 months pregnant and really not in the mood to re-acquaint myself with my mother's Singer.
Instead...I turned to...
Yep. I totally cheated, and ironed myself some curtains.
With my super sweet hubby's help (I really suck at measurements and whatnot), I made these two long panels for over the kitchen sink...
And I made a small valance for our window behind our kitchen table.
Then I remembered I had some jumbo polka dot fabric in my stash that matches our porch-turned-room decor so I made some valances for those windows as well!
The Stitch Witchery is super inexpensive and easy to use. One roll of the heavy duty strength made all of the kitchen curtains and I was able to start on the three polka dot valances!
I really encourage you to try this out! Make sure you do your side "seams" and bottom "hem" first, before you make your top pocket for your rod to slide through :)
I'd love to see your projects using Stitch Witchery!