Here is the kitchen curtain that I worked on last night.
A simple unlined cafe curtain right? Well....
Here is what I sort of intended it to be:
More traditional but yet I had planned on making it not quite so scrunched up.
So I created the bottom 1/2 and hung it up. Looks ok.
Hmmm, where to I hang the rod for the top 1/2? Do I hang I hang it high and cover up the top of the window frame? There are squares at each corner on the window and so I could hang the rod on the top of the window on the inside of the squares. That didn't look right. Or I could hang it on the inside of the frame. There is a blind hanging there right now and I could take that off but it might come in handy so I'd rather not. That left hanging it at the top of the corner squares on the outside.
The top 1/2 that I made isn't that wide though. It fits, but it isn't shirred at all then. Well, I have a pattern or two that also show the top not shirred. Like this top left corner one
This makes it look a little more contemporary but obviously with the material I've chosen, not too much so.
Here's the question. How does this look? Do I want to add some length to the top and make it more shirred or does it look good the way it is?
Additional info: I have something to add to the top to give it a little more color but that will wait until I have all the other curtains finished.