Sliding door curtains – Outdoor curtains to survive rain, snow, heat, cold, wind and mud. It is impossible to do outdoor curtains to last forever, but using the right fabric and thread woven or spun polyester curtains can last for a long time. Sewing curtains does not take much time, and all the most basic sewing skills can make them.
Measure the width of the sliding doors, and add 8 to 12 inches to determine the correct size of the curtain rod. Attach the rod above the door, then 4 to 6 inches stick out past the doors on both sides, and the rod is 1 or 2 inches above the sliding door curtains. This guarantees curtains cover the door completely. Measure the height of the door curtain rod from the ground. Measure the width of the curtain rod, and add that measurement to door height. Add 2 more inches to this measurement to determine curtain length. The extra inches are on the loft and mess pocket.
Measure the length of the curtain rod to determine the width of the sliding door curtains. Add 2 inches to the measurement for hems. If you want curtains appear wavy when closed, add another 12 inches to the measurement. The cutting material to length and width measurements using measuring tape and scissors. Cutting material in half vertically to make two panels. Allocate a panel.