Coffee Sack Curtain

July 22nd, 2012 in member junk     
caramea caramea, member
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My husband and I picked up some burlap coffee sacks at a junk shop in VA and I decided to make one of them into a curtain for the kitchen. All I had to do was cut it and hang it from a cafe rod using ring clips. I liked the frayed edges but you could always hem them using stitch witch. I also love how the stamp is still visible.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, cottage, kitchen, fabric, window coverings

Comments (5)

MakinItHappen writes: I had a whole stack of these once; used them for weed barrier in the garden. Wish I had saved some for things like this! Looks great. Posted: 10:33 am on July 28th
BillyJo writes: I HAVE A STACK OF THEM FORM SHIPPING CRATES. WHAT A NICE IDEA. THANKS BILLYJO Posted: 3:43 pm on July 27th
caramea writes: Thank you Mary and Andrea. It is so nice to find a community of like-minded individuals! Posted: 10:06 am on July 23rd
LloydsLandingofSears writes: I, too, like the frayed edges on this curtain. Burlap never needs to be finished perfectly! ~Mary~ Posted: 9:35 am on July 23rd
NDJunkGirl writes: Am totally in love with burlap, and your kitchen curtain is adorable! Glad you kept the frayed edges too - perfect!

-Andrea Posted: 6:45 am on July 23rd
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