This is what our shower curtain used to look like...
|I jazzed it up with t-shirt fringe at the top, and a beige panel at the bottom...(more fringe)|
|Taking the shower curtain DOWN to wash it is a lot of work. So, I usually add another t-shirt panel...|
|If I remove one -- I add something else....|
Which brings me to my winter shower curtain. I once bought a snowflake shower curtain -- (75% off in February) because it went with the snowflake rug.
|As a part of my "Mugs and Rugs" decorating campaign, this rug comes out right after Thanksgiving.|
|But the shower curtain was too short...and after mopping up several big wet puddles -- it came down and was packed away.|
|I cut off the handkerchief hem of a blue glitter formal (quarter day at the Goodwill)...and sewed it on to the bottom of the shower curtain. I DECLARE IT PERFECT...I think it even looks like show!!|
|I made no attempt to make the hem "straight". I simply used the finished edges to my advantage...and I like the pooling affect. It gives the shower curtain enough weight -- so it stays where it belongs. No more puddles...|