Embellishing Curtains With Ribbon

Embellish store-bought curtains with coordinating ribbon to personalize them.

Materials and Tools:

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store-bought drapes
ribbon
thread

Steps:

1. Lay the curtain panel flat with the right side up. Place the ribbon along the edge with extra at the top and bottom so it can be folded over to the back side. Pin the ribbon in place.

2. Topstitch along both long edges and across the top and bottom of the ribbon to hold it in place.

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