DIY Farmhouse Shower Curtain
Summer is in full swing at our house and that means the kids are all over the place…. like for real…. ALL.OVER.THE.PLACE. And keeping up with anything has been particularly tough this year for some reason.
It was nice to get the guest bathroom done when we did because honestly I don’t know if I could do it now.
The one thing I was able to do, that I am totally proud of, was make a sweet farmhouse style shower curtain for the guest bathroom out of a plain white shower curtain that I bought at Wal Mart. I had mentioned during my guest bathroom reveal that I had to change a few things up from my vision board since I was not able to find everything: the shower curtain below was one of them.
But frankly I think I like this more that the vision board shower curtain. Plus it has ruffles!!!!!
You know I like me some ruffles…. like on farmhouse tablecloths and chargers just to name a few… I think I am going to put ruffles everywhere. LOL!
And it was so easy to make too! I have an easy-to-follow video tutorial that you can easily take on even if you are a beginner!
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All you need is the following:
DIY Farmhouse Shower Curtain Supplies
- Plain white shower curtain
- 1 yd of fabric of choice (I chose a ticking stripe duck cloth)
- Wooden buttons
- Sewing Machine ( I use this one)
- Rotary Cutter
- Cutting Mat
- Fabric Ruler
- Thread to Match
- Sewing Needle for buttons
Now that you know what you need, get a cup of coffee, sit back and relax while you watch how to make it!
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I hope you enjoyed the video and saw how easy it was to make.
Let me know, do you like step-by-step instructions with just images or do you think videos help with a little more complicated tutorials like this?
Also check out more tutorials on my Youtube channel….
Wanting to make the shower curtain ruffle today. I’ve watched the video but would prefer the written instructions. I couldn’t find that
I’m sorry. I never did a blog post. It was just much easier to explain with a video for me.