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Thread: Quilt curtain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celeste
    Will a quilt curtain help keep the heat OUT in the summer?
    I hope so - wow I hadn't thought of that! The door is nearly all glass and south facing so it might be great for that too! I got a kind of antiquey tone on tone tea print for the backing which won't mind a bit of fading!

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    I am new to this but, i would try a tension rod and just use t-sirts for the batting and no backing is needed, just use creative stitching and or a nice color thread, and when you make the panalName:  image.jpg
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Size:  1.08 MB ok so i cant draw buti hope you understand my gist of it, the bottom right if you make it so the cat door is like a flap for her or him it may be cool to look at also. And for the wires if you start by pulling out tools as though you are going to build it, ( make sure he is home to see you) or ask him if he will help get the correct tools to build it yourself, he will probably do it right then and not keep putting it off. Good luck and I hope you understand my gibberish...
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    I made a quilted shower curtain too...made button holes in the top. I didn't use batting, but just quilted through the front and back. Think the process would be the same .. and it still act as a cold barrier. Maybe if you wanted something a little "more" you could use flannel as the batting?
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    Why not do a roman shade type one using your quilt.
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    You could use a drapery holdback on the left side to expose the cat door! Be sure to let us see what you end up doing! Very interesting problem but solvable!

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