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Thread: 48 inch long door/window curtains

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    48 inch long door/window curtains

    I have searched and searched for new 48 inch long curtains for my front door. Anyone know where I can find them. i keep getting longer, or rods. not what i need. usually I can find anything, but evidently these size curtains are no longer needed.... I really don't want to make my own.

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    I'm sure you already thought of this, but how about just cutting off and hemming longer ones that are available. Other than that you might do custom made. Probably a pricey option. Sorry, not much help

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    I didn't check to see if they have them but try Brylane.com Brylane home has a wide selection of sizes and choices and moderate prices.

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    I found 45" sheers at Penney's (and they also have 54"):
    http://www.jcpenney.com/window/shop-...TFXT-Nmqv3hz_-
    RoCIxHw_wcB&matchtype=b&utm_campaign=paid+search&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&id=cat100260226&deptId=dept20000011

    Here's a 45" on Amazon:
    http://www.amazon.com/Stylemaster-El...dp/B003VZABSC/

    The above are all curtains with a rod just at the top. If you are looking for rods at top and bottom, I found these. Some are 45" and some are 50".
    https://www.countrycurtains.com/cate...ider+panels.do

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    If you're talking about the sheers with rod pockets at both ends, I usually get mine at JC Penney. Quality is fine. After much curtain shopping over the years, certainly in terms of sheers, Penney's is the hot tip in my opinion. You can't make them cheaper than what you can get them there.

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    I agree--J.C.Penny Has the best curtains. They are well made and not too expensive. With the cost of fabric now, it doesn't pay to make your own. JMHO
    Sue

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    yes, rod pockets at both ends. My curtains are 25 years old and I want new ones that aren't so sheer. Thanks so much.

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    Try Marburn Curtains...they would have it if anyone does...��

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    Because of this thread, I just ordered a door panel.....43 x 69....from JCPenney....just wanted to let you know, they are having a great sale with an additional discount. Why wouldn't you at least, look?
    Last edited by wendiq; 06-07-2015 at 09:02 AM. Reason: wrong dimensions

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    I usually but the next size up and hem them...

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