Repurposing Vintage Linens – Part 1

shower curtain I love repurposing things, especially vintage linens. I have found some really cute ones at thrift stores and I have several from my grandparents and great grandparents. Recently I was tired of looking at the shower curtain in our master bathroom, so I decided to repurpose a vintage sheet that I had picked up and turn it into a shower curtain that would make me smile. In order to turn it from a sheet into a shower curtain, all I did was measure for the proper length and then cut it off and hem it. Next, I added buttonholes to be able to hook it onto the shower curtain hooks. All in all it took me about a half an hour to make, and what a difference it made in the bathroom. I just love this print, it is so bright and cheery, and $2 for the sheet and a half an hour of time is my idea of a makeover.

sewing, thrift store finds • Friday, September 18th, 2009 • 2 Comments »
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2 Responses to “Repurposing Vintage Linens – Part 1”

  1. brandy says:

    Oh, I haven’t seen that pattern on a vintage sheet! I have such a “thing” for vintage linens. They’re so happy! Great idea for the shower curtain! I think it looks really great and really pretty!

  2. Deb says:

    Hello, found you from the lovely email you sent me!

    Love that vintage sheet. I’m sure your thrift stores offer much better pickings than ones in the UK, I never seem to find such wonderful things (or maybe it’s just me?!).

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