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  • Lisa Ausherman

    This is a new idea...never thot of doing this...will definitely have to check out target's tablecloths.... Curtains made from Target table cloths. Genius. No sew. Love..

  • Jessica Schimer Gibson

    Curtains made from Target table cloths. Genius. No sew. Love. For the basement bathroom shower curtains!!

  • Fe Penn

    DIY Curtains made from Target table cloths. No sewing. Just get the rings that have clips on them!

  • Kaitlyn Simmons

    No sew curtains made from Target table cloths. Great idea!

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