The Little Red Owl

DIY ideas for home, health, & life

Welcome to my bathroom!

The bathroom in my Kentucky home has a shower/tub that is partially open-this presented some issues when picking a shower curtain. The curtain needed to be able to wrap around 2 sides, one long and one short.

I knew right away that this would need to be custom made. I needed help-so I called my sister and my mom.

This is the beautiful fabric my sister helped me pick out and then pushed me to buy. I wanted the fabric and I did have a coupon but it still seemed a little steep to me, $25.00 for everything. Luckily my sister talked some sense into me and I purchased the fabric. I’m so glad I did.

My mom came over one Saturday and helped me sew the curtain. We used a french seam and simple hem for this curtain. it was so simple!

We did not want to deal with adding button holes for the shower rings, so instead I purchased these rings w/clips from Target. The rings were so easy to “install” and make removing the curtain a breeze for easy cleaning.

Pretty and low-cost. My favorite!

What do you think of my custom shower curtain?


5 thoughts on “homemade shower curtain

  1. Rachael D. says:

    Was the actual metal rod there when you moved in? I LOVE the fabric and the detail is just subtle to add a nice texture. I also think the clips are ingenious and from now on all shower curtains should be hung that way :)

    1. Amy says:

      yes-the shower rod was already in the home, although i know you can buy them online and at local hardware stores

  2. Grandma says:

    Very pretty shower curtain. I wish my curtains were so easy to take off like yours.

  3. Debra says:

    I just love it! The details on the fabric make it so pretty! Glad I pushed you, haha : )

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