8 Patchwork Curtains to Make at Home

Admired recently: floaty, informal curtains made from patched-together linens. Here the editors of Remodelista rounded up eight examples that are easy to replicate, inspiring us all to get out our sewing machines.

Above: A kitchen curtain made from stitched-together tea towels. Photo by Polly Wreford.

Above: A patchwork of vintage linens via the Textile Trunk.

Above: A Korean pojabi-style curtain made from irregularly shaped, stitched-together fabric remnants. Photo via Jagoda Architecture.

Above: A curtain made from two stitched-together linen napkins via Recover Girl.

Above: A curtain made from old handkerchiefs.  Photo via Dottie Angel.

Like the patchwork curtain trend? See page 45 in Remodelista‘s forthcoming book, Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home.

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Wonder G2 years ago

Very clever, I moved to a new house last year and it was very bare and I needed some curtains to stop the whole world from seeing what I was doing so I took a bed sheet and tied it up to the main window and just stuck magazine papers to another window. Finished.

GGmaSheila D.
GGmaSheila D.2 years ago

My great aunts made a bunch of doilies which I inherited and stitched together for lacy curtains.

Val M.
Val M.2 years ago


Kate S.
Kate S.2 years ago


Arild Warud
Arild Warud2 years ago


Nimue P.
Nimue Pendragon2 years ago

Not my cup of tea.

Jeanne Rogers
Jeanne Rogers2 years ago

very NICE!

Connie O.
Connie O.2 years ago

different...although I don't think I would want them in my home...but maybe at a lake cabin.

Mika De Silva
Mika De Silva2 years ago

I like them, they look unique. Thanks for sharing :)

Azaima A.
Azaima A.2 years ago

not crazy about these