Making Valances for Kitchen
Valances for kitchen can help brighten up your kitchen as they allow light to shine through out more. A valance is a short curtain hanging on only the top of the window – it should not completely cover the window. While you can buy prefabricated valances for kitchen, you can also make your own when you cannot find just what you’re looking for. Measure your windows to determine the width and height of each border.
Add about six inches to each measurement to account for hemming and suitable for hanging. A light cotton fabric will work well in the kitchen, allowing some light to shine through and can be easily washed. The simple style of the border is a straight rectangle.
To hang the valances for kitchen, you need a space for the bar to go. The most common method is to create a pocket – fold the top of the valance up to three inches and sews along the seam, then sew another straight line about an inch and a half times to create the pocket. Another way is to thick tape loops top hem of the skirt bending over an inch, and then sews belt loops on the fabric.