If you recall, there was a particular set of sheets destined to become new kitchen curtains.
Well I finished them this morning and, in my humble opinion, they totally rock. I have three windows in the kitchen of my rental house. One big, two small.
For the larger window, I made a traditional set of panels:
The fabric looks much more stripe-y hanging up, doesn't it?
I didn't want a whole stripe-y curtained kitchen, and I realized I probably woudn't appreciate all of the light filtering into the kitchen to have a yellow tint, so I decided to have a bit of fun with the other two smaller windows...
Pretty funky, huh? I like that they turned out kinda modern looking. Despite the fact that I don't know anything about mitered corners other than that I LOVE them, they were a success.
*Sigh.* Don't you just love mitered corners, too?
For my readers who like the technical side of things, here is a view of the back:
For my readers who feel better about their lives when they see other people's messes:
And for my readers who wonder what the kitchen looked like before we painted it:
It was yucky, yucky tan! (The whole house was - gross!) And don't get me started on the nasty unpainted trim! Anywho, much better with gray walls and white trim, nu?
(my kitchen on a cleaner day)
Yay for gray and yellow, and new kitchen curtains.