Added May 27, 2012
by Teresa Corso
Soft Cornice 2nd time around: I made this to hang over a guest shower in our prior house, (it was a straight edge cornice and double the width). I removed the lining and cut the sides down to match the cornice board (the center image was perfectly seam matched so I left it alone). I used the extra fabric to make the curtain tie backs. My first attempt at pattern making…I used bowls from my kitchen and straight edges to get the curves. Attached to wall with L-brackets.
Rod pocket curtains are lined with off white flannel and hung on the sides of the shower. They covered the window completely so no modifications were needed.
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