‘Door sweep’ for porch door curtains: How to make your own

A couple of weeks ago, I stumbled across an article on a website that said that “prehung door curtains can be made by hand, at home, and with ease.”

The article included a video on how to make one from the ground up.

I was intrigued.

I needed to find out how to do it myself.

The instructions were simple, but the technique involved a lot of trial and error and was not particularly fun.

I didn’t have the skills I needed, but I thought I could give it a try.

I had never done a door sweep before, but when I saw the video, I knew that it would be easy.

The idea was to make a curtain using a piece of fabric that was attached to the wall with a hole.

A curtain is usually made of cotton or wool, but this one had a fabric that made it easy to cut the fabric.

I cut the material to about an inch (2.4 cm) long and about an inches (3.5 cm) wide, then folded it in half, and then cut the other half to the length I needed.

I then cut a hole in the center of the fabric, using a hole saw or similar tool.

Then I glued the two halves together, using the ends of a wire saw to secure them.

I glued both sides together, and folded the fabric in half again, leaving the edges exposed.

I taped the fabric down with a pair of scissors, and used a piece with a large screwdriver attached to it to pull it up and down, as shown in the video below.

The result was the curtain I was looking for.

I decided to try making one myself, and was excited to see what I was missing.

The process I followed was as follows: I started with a fabric with about 1/4 inch (0.9 cm) of the original fabric in it, and about 3/4 of an inch thick (1.2 cm) in order to make the curtain a bit taller than the other side.

I also added a few inches of the new fabric to make it more durable, and also a few more inches to make me a little taller than my bed.

Then, I made a hole about an 8 inch (20 cm) from the edge of the old fabric.

This hole was about 1.5 inches (4 cm), so that I could cut out the fabric from the sides and then glue the sides together.

The rest of the process was as follow: I made my holes in the fabric by folding it in one half, then folding it down again, then cutting the fabric again, until the whole thing was folded in half.

I started by cutting off the ends that would connect the sides of the curtain to the bed.

I left the fabric to dry for about 10 minutes, and glued the ends together with tape.

Then when the curtain was dry, I glued it down with tape again, and taped it down to the fabric using the screwdriver.

I used the screwdrivers to get the fabric back into place, and I used my hands to make sure the fabric was glued in place.

Next, I cut off the excess fabric, so that the bed and curtain were in place, then used my scissors to make small cuts around the sides, making sure that the fabric wouldn’t get stuck.

Then using the screws, I pulled the fabric through the holes and into place.

I stuck the fabric into the hole in order for it to stay in place longer, and to make room for the other fabric.

Finally, I tied the two pieces together with the ends, and closed the curtain up.

The curtains worked like a charm!

I used them in two different bedrooms, and they seemed to work well in any situation.

If you want to try them, be sure to check out the video and photos that accompanied the article.

For more information on how curtains work, check out this article on HomeCraft Magazine.

You can buy them on Amazon.com.