Saturday, December 23, 2017

Window Casings, Curtain Rods, Curtains Too (6WS)


Somehow making curtains
has segued into, "honey can I borrow
your drill bits?", fiinding the ladder
and the tape and the hammer and the
screws and screwdriver to
construct a temporary window casing
which will magically be hidden
by the curtain I haven't finished yet
and I am more pleased with that
than anything I can think of
since it also involves repurposing
an old bureau drawer that no longer
has a bureau...and I will finally
be able to get rid of an ugly
pot rack which I never liked anyway.

Six Word Saturday

And Merry Whatever, y'all.  🙌🎄

10 comments:

  1. I used to make all my own curtains when we had a house. Downsized now, I no longer need curtains but miss choosing fabrics.

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    1. I was planning on buying some, when this all started, but then I kept opening bureau drawers and finding curtains, fabric, lining material, sheers, and it seemed foolish to spend X dollars per window when I could do it nearly for free.

      And yeah, I hear you, it's a marvelous design process, isn't it, from what fabric to what style and beyond. I have twenty seven windows in here, and they all need doing. =)

      When my mother in law moved into her apartment she was like a kid in a candy store--all those windows, all those yard sales, and for five years I think she changed or made new curtains at least twice a year...

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  2. Lol, it becomes an endless stream, moving from one thing to another--it does eat up the days, however; I looked up this morning and realized that Christmas is two days away and thank GOD I don't have to cook, just visit and eat.

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  3. Merry thingummy right back at you :) :) And good health for 2018.

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  4. I might vacuum, in the morning. My Beloved Sandra said she will have to run out to pick up, um, something. I'll tell her Santa did it.

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  5. That would be a lovely surprise for her, I'm sure.
    Now if you could get Santa to have a chat with my husband and show him how to turn on the vacuum...

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  6. How nice that you are enjoying this project. I used to love doing things like that but no longer have the imagination and stamina to do them. Good for you and I am sure it will turn out well.

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    1. I'm suprised I've managed to keep it going this long. One thing that helps is having more than one project in the pot, as it were.

      I have a lifelong problem with making transitions, and when I just can't bring myself to work on project A or hem project B, or whatever, I have the option to work on something different for a change, and keep things up in the air that way.

      I think part of it, too, is just repurposing all that fabric, those older curtains, and making it work.

      It also makes the rooms a bit warmer and if that's not incentive I don't know what would be.

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