Refresh a Bathroom with a Pieced Shower Curtain

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Easy Patchwork Makes This a Quick Project!

Does your bathroom need some sprucing up? A patchwork shower curtain may be just the thing to add new sparkle to the room. This one is made from fat quarters and is a super quick and easy project.

Large grommets make it easy to attach the curtain to the rod. Hang a plastic liner behind the curtain to keep both it and the room dry. The liner doesn’t have to be the same size as the curtain but can hang from the same hooks.

Patchwork Shower Curtain

You’ll want to make the patchwork curtain at least twice the width of the shower opening so it gathers up nicely. The instructions from Sew Can She tell you how to alter the size of the curtain to fit the space.

Click here for the free “Patchwork Shower Curtain” tutorial.


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