I know most of you have seen my bathroom window.
Love the shutters, but it needed something. Thank you to everyone for your wonderful comments and suggestions. I appreciate ALL of them! I thought and thought and thought about it. Today is one of those days when it is annoying to have it in the week. My wonderful husband gave me a gift certificate for 6 HOURS AT THE SPA! Unfortunately, it is tomorrow. So I gotta get through today til heaven tomorrow.
Anywho, I was rummaging around for something here, since I don't feel like getting out of my pj's, for this window.
I found this....
I still like these sheers. When I first saw them I went nuts running to every store in the state if I had to to get enough for the living room and foyer windows. 12 panels total. It took me 5 stores, but I did find them. I think they stayed up for 6 mos then I got bored with them and took them down. I did put some of them back up in the foyer though. I got lots extra and I am planning on new window treatments for the living room and foyer.
There I go again getting off track.
I like the sheerness of the fabric and the viney embroidery on them and the curvy hem. So I measured and cut one to fit saving the hem detail.
I basically just hacked them off with my rotary cutter. I sewed a 2" casing at the top. Now for a rod. I wanted to hang them from rings on a pretty rod but the idea of going out to get one was too much. Too cold, I'd have to take the lil girl, and I would definitely have to get dressed. If Handy Manny can use a horseshoe for a gate latch in a pinch I could come up with something.
To the ribbon stash! Dang it, no white ribbon! But for some strange reason I do have 8 packages of hem tape. Hem tape is kinda silky.... Hem tape it is. No curtain rod though. Again for some reason unbeknownst to me, I do have a package of 50 cup rings never opened! Who knows what I was going to do with those but since I can't remember now those will work.
I predrilled holes in the top of the window casing and screwed in some cup hooks. I made loops of the hem tape and sewed them on.