Tea Towel Curtains. I also found large woven type napkins work well. You can also use colored rope and old fashioned clothes pins to hang.
tea towel cafe curtains - make these cafe curtains in a couple of hours. fold the tops of vintage towels over so the bottoms just skim the windowsill. sew or fuse the folded layers to create a casing. attach buttons across the seam and thread a curtain rod through the casing. [might want to take time to iron first]
20 Budget-Friendly No-Sew DIY Curtains Ideas
Cafe bath or bedroom curtain made of vintage handkerchiefs hankies for cottage chic style home decor look.
Perfect for the window above my kitchen sink. Love the vintage vibe!
Coffee bean bag roll shades - full tutorial and so easy!
No-Sew Window Treatment for both kids and grown-up rooms.
mason jar window treatment
Did someone say NO sew? Music to these ears! I've an entirely rational fear of sewing machines after having to pull a sewing machine needle out of the center of my Mom's thumbnail. Yes. That's correct; it went through her nail AND her thumb & she asked me to pull it out with pliers. I thought we were both gonna pass out. Now that I think about it, my Ma was kind of a badass.
Did someone say NO sew?
DIY Roman Shade Fashion an easy window treatment by pairing a finished rectangle of fabric with two sets of contrasting ties. Gather the fabric to the desired length and knot the ties, then hang the fabric from a tension rod.