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Hello Newman's!: Tablecloths for Curtains. What a great idea! Already hemmed and no sewing required. And much cheaper than buying curtain panels.

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DIY Curtain Rod Of A Tree Branch. I actually did this in my grandmothers sun room with natural wood limbs and white sheer panels. Lovely. (and cheap).

using window curtains with plastic shower liner behind and hung on tension rod - Already had this planned for my master bathroom, but found a very pretty lace shower curtain to hang along with the window curtains (haven't found the right ones yet) LOVE!!!

DIY Painted Curtains by Dear Lillie. Literally just use blue painting tape, tape ever 12 inches, uses two coats of paint on your white curtains, and voila: striped curtains. GENIUS!

Curtains made from Target table cloths. Genious. No sewing.

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she PAINTED these curtains - and I love them even more than the ones from West Elm or Ballard! Sherry @ Young House Love you might want to try this too. :)

Cafe Curtains with Tension Rod & Clip Rings. Easy to make - easy to take down and toss in the wash. A no-sew way might be to use tea towels?

Curtain rod above the door and curtains tied back for the sidelights; can be closed for privacy at night. -- Love the look of this! Overall what a great idea!

No Sew Roman Shades made from a Target Tablecloth and tension rods. This is GENIUS!

Curtained Bookshelves - Cover bookcases with curtains that match or complement your window treatments. Place the shelves side by side, or use a floor-length mirror to separate them and give the illusion that the room expands past the shelves.