All you'll need is . . .
After installing your curtain rod (I placed mine as high as I possibly could on the wall), measure the length from the rod to the floor- allowing extra fabric for finishing edges (about 2 inches). (Remember that you can always cut off fabric if you have extra, but if it's too short- it's much harder to fix!) This measurement, TIMES 2 (one for each panel) is how much burlap (or fabric of your choice) you'll need to buy.
Once you have your fabric, simply roll it out and finish the top and bottom edges by folding under about an inch, ironing and then sewing a straight stitch. If you're using burlap, the sides are already finished, so you won't have to do a thing!
Lastly, simply pin and sew your trim at the bottom. (It's hard to tell from the picture, but my trim is orange.)
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