Napkin Cafe Curtains

Follow the directions below to complete this DIY cloth napkin project from HGTV Magazine.
cafe curtain made from cloth napkins

Hang New Curtains

Find the step-by-step instructions at this link. Napkins: Tolo Block Print 22" x 22" napkins, $5 each, crateandbarrel.com; Curtain rings: Umbra Twilight clip rings in nickel, $10 for a set of 7, bedbathandbeyond.com; Curtain rod: Umbra Mission drapery tension rod in nickel, $20, bedbathandbeyond.com

Photo by: Philip Friedman/Studio D

Philip Friedman/Studio D

Materials Needed

  • curtain rings
  • cloth napkins
  • tension rod

Step 1

Clip curtain rings along the top of two napkins.

Step 2

Slide the rings onto a tension rod and fit it inside a window frame.

crafting by Madeline Jacobs

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