How To Line Curtains Without Sewing? 5 Easy Steps!

Do you want to know how to line curtains without sewing? Well, in just five easy steps you can, my friends.

And these steps you will know as you read further.

Yes, sewing is a skill that a lot of people are dreaming about.

But a lot of those people don’t know how to sew.

So, they ask someone, “how to line curtains without the need of sewing“?

At first, it is complicated.

To line but without sewing? Impossible? Back in the day, yes. But not nowadays.

In this modern world, no sewing in fabrics is in trend.

There are a lot of alternatives to do than sewing.

There are glues and tapes, and other materials that are available to replace the stand of sewing.

What to know how?

You found the right article to read.

I am here to help you and make you knowledgeable on how to do it.

Just read further to find out the answer to the question that a lot of people are asking.


how to line curtains without sewing

Steps To Line Curtains Without Sewing

There are a lot of people who are artistic and crafty but not good at sewing.

In this 21st century, the world has given them a chance to do something; and there’s no need to use a needle and a thread.

Lining sheets are hard—harder than papers.

This is the secret of most tailor why our collars standstill and why our clothes look thicker than we thought.

Here are the five easy know-hows on how to line curtains without sewing.


Know-how #1. Prepare the lining

The lining is those sheets to put behind the fabric to give a thicker feeling while touching.

Also, lining makes a fabric stay still.

This is the reason why lining a curtain is somewhat a need for some people.

This is especially on places where the need to feel the rushing of air coming inside the windows is not a need and a necessity.

Stay-still curtains mean a good covering of the windows.

Now, prepare the lining sheet.

Measure how long you need by measuring first the length and the width of the curtain.

Now, you open the lining sheet, spread out, take the measurements, and cut as the finale.


Know-how #2. Put the lining on top of the curtain

Make the backside of the curtain face you.

Spread the curtain openly so that it is easy for you to put over the lining sheet.

After that, get the lining sheet and put it on the top of the curtain.

Adjust the fitting to make sure that no lining will be seen when the curtain is hanged.

It is highly recommended to use pins to secure the places of the lining sheets.

In this way, you are not going to do repeated actions because of slid lining sheets.

Be mindful that these pins might hurt you.

Always be in your focus but don’t forget that you are dealing with a pointed object.

If you have children at home, make sure that no pins are left anywhere and or dropped on the floor.


Know-how #3. Attach the lining to the curtain

Before attaching the lining to the curtains, decide what to use.

Are you going to use fabric glues or fabric tapes?

You can choose between these two.

They are both good at attaching materials, so there are no worries that they may flop after hanging.

After deciding, attach the lining sheet to the curtains.

Do this slowly to make sure that the flow is smooth and of no error.

Do not take out the pins. Pins will help the attaching material to fully attach the lining and the curtain.

Repeat this step until to fully attached to everything.


Know-how #4. Finishing touches

Let the curtain and the lining instill for about a minute or two.

After that, get all those pins you put in a while ago.

While detaching the pins, press down the curtain with lining to make sure that they are attached.

Repeat this step until all the pins are detached.

You can also iron the curtain with the lining to make sure that they are now a whole curtain.

It is okay if not, but ironing them will give a better result.


Know-how #5. Hang and adjust

After the backaches and stressed necks, the curtain is now ready to hang.

Hang the curtain and adjust it to your likeness.

Check if there some unseen errors so you can fix them immediately.

And now! It is done!


Keep In Mind

Now you know how to line curtains without sewing.

You might think if all curtains must have a lining.

Well, no.

Some curtains are perfect to be lightweight and flowing.

Always check many factors like the color of the curtain, the size of the window, the season, the vibes that you want, and many others before deciding on attaching a lining sheet to curtains.

Regardless, that is all you need to know.


It’s A Wrap!

At last, you have to keep in mind that to line a curtain without sewing is effort.

You need a lot of time and patience to achieve this.

But I know you can do it!

Here is an article you might want to read to fill your mind more.

I hope this is helpful to you.

If you think so, share this article with other people!

How to make car window curtains

How To Make Car Window Curtains? 3 Easy Steps!

How to make car window curtains?

It’s just like making regular curtains but in a car instead of a window in your house.

Are you going on a trip? Needs privacy more than what car tints may cover?

You may want to install some curtains in your car if that’s the case.

There are numerous ways in hanging curtains in your car.

Making them is no different. Upon reading this article you’ll be putting up curtains like a pro.

Well, I had a hard time too when I first started installing curtains in my dad’s campervan.

Nevertheless, they worked well. And now, I am glad to share that with you.


Car Window Curtains

Car window curtains have been a trend when it comes to covering the car windows from the inside.

They offer the same features as a tint but are more decorative compared to the lather.

If you want to learn how to make one, you’ve landed on the right page.

We’ve laid out these simple steps for you to follow through.


Steps To Make Car Window Curtains

So, how to make car window curtains?

Well, simple things must be done and decided first before you proceed to the actual work.


Step #1. Prepare and decide

Make a decision and prepare the following things.


#1. Hanging method

You will have to decide which type of curtain you should make.

Whether you’ll be using a rod or a curtain track.

You may also use a magnet on the edges of the curtain or some hooks to go along with it.

The hanging method plays a very important role.


#2. Fabric choice

You have to choose a fabric that will fit your curtain needs.

Price and quality should never be compromised.

If you want a blackout curtain, it may be hard to find one that sells per yard but blackout liners may be available.

Consider the weight also.

If you prefer to use Velcro, it may not sustain the weight of the Velcro strips.


#3. Hardware

This will depend on your method of hanging.

You’ll need rods if you want to use rods, Velcro, hooks, or curtain tracks.

You might have to use a sewing machine, a sewing kit, some power tools like hand drills if deemed necessary.

The hardware that you’ll need will deeply depend on the hanging method that you will choose.


Step #2. Measure

Measure your window’s dimensions.

That includes the length and width of the window.

After you have the measurements, you will have to calculate them and apply them to the fabric.

If you chose curtain rods, you will have to add an extra 4 inches on top and 2 inches at the bottom.

Multiply the curtain’s width by two or three times depending on your fullness preference.

Although I love how full it looks if you multiply the width by 3 times.

You can choose other methods of hanging too.


Step #3. Make

In making the curtain, all you need is to place the fabric on a clean flat surface.

Mark the areas where you will fold the fabric for the hems.

An inch allowance for each side will do for the hems.

A double folded hem is advised to make.

The top portion should have at least 2 inches allowance for the rod to slip in.

This DIY rod curtain can be a lot of variation.

You can hang them straight or keep them in place using a drawstring at the end.

You can partially open rod curtains to let some light in and you will have no trouble in taking them down either.

Hanging a rod curtain in campervans is much easier compared to the other methods.

You will also save as much as you can since you can find the materials in your home only.

The only drawback of this type of curtain hanging method is it doesn’t work well with tilting windows.

You might need to sew as well. Although you can use iron-on tape instead of sewing.

Some makeshift rods will not allow some curtains to open smoothly.

You may want to add some Velcro strips for the sides.

The Velcro strips will keep the sides of the curtain in place.

This idea will also work well for tilted windows.

If you go with a rod pocket option, you can make use of the rod and use curtain hooks or clips.

Using these hooks and clips can lengthen the use of your curtains.

These will prevent friction from opening and closing the curtain.

Window curtains are a better option than curtain rods.

I use these methods while adding some Velcro straps at the sides.

For the bottom part, I added some Velcro straps too and attach the other to the end.

I also had some strings that could help me keep the curtains down while the car is moving.



Knowing how to make car window curtains could help you save up the hassle of budgeting your money just to purchase one.

You add some of your favorite characters, alter them to your style and make these curtains personalized in a way that they are unique.

You making them yourself makes it unique already.

Although having a simple yet compliment-colored curtain with your van is highly recommendable.

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