Making a quick panel curtain for the front door. Found this one at The Hobby Horse. Pre printed fabric or cheater cloth, because one do not need to piece the top, it is already printed to look like a pieced top. It is readily available at quilt shops. They are not quilts, can be used as part of a quilt. Some cut out the squares to use in other projects. They fill a niche, they are pretty and has a purpose.
It only has three pieces!
This project, has a front, back and a small casing on the back, for the curtain rod. Takes less than two hours to make.
Step 3. Pin on to the back panel, about a half an inch from the top, leaving a gap on the side for the side seams. Only stitch the top and the bottom. Leave the sides open, to slide the curtain rod through.
out. Stitch of the fabric at 90 degree angles, as shown. This makes the seams pop in, making the next step a breeze.