Are you at a loss with what to do with all that fabulous cotton fabric you just brought home from your latest travel adventures? Do you have too much fabric for just pillows but too little for anything else? Why not combine some of your favorite patterned fabric to make one-of-a-kind curtain panels?
Amanda of Here's Lookin at Me Kid (you might remember her DIY Statement Sign Project) recently left for the thrift store to find some curtains, but returned with some flat sheets and a valance instead.
Since she had too little of any given fabric to make curtains of only one pattern, she decided to combine the sheet and valance fabrics together to make funky panels. At $4 and four hours for four curtain panels, this project was definitely time and money well spent.
To see the full instructions and more images, visit Here's Lookin at Me Kid: DIY curtains from thrift store finds!
Images: Amanda Johnson / Here's Looking at Me Kid