But not all to-dos are created equal. Some - namely dormer window related ones - just need to be shared with the world. I've never lived in a house with dormer windows, and though I don't love the corresponding sloped ceilings that have concussed me more times than I care to admit, I have not yet tired of the charm of dormers.
I'll let the pictures do (most of) the talking:
|After measuring the width and adding enough for side hems and estimating the length, fold the bottom edge up, right sides together.|
|You don't necessarily have to use a Tinkertoy's lid to trace your scallops, unless you too want to appear casually hipster|
|This is still the wrong side of the fabric|
|Flip your scalloped pockets right side out and iron them flat. I am not a fan of ironing while sewing. I adhere to the Friedrich vonLazypants school of sewing. But even Freddy would agree here that ironing makes a HUGE difference.|
|Make a pocket on the top to fit your tension rod and then sew some ribbons to hold the second rod in place.|
|Yup, that's just two tension rods!|
And though I have very ambivalent feelings towards France these
And with no further ado, introducing: Regina George...