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How to Make a Ruffle Top Cupboard Curtain

Soften your kitchen or utility space with curtains to cover anything from shelving to kitchen ware! They instantly add comforting cottagecore charm into rooms and are so simple to make.

Looking to add character into your kitchen? Perfect for many spaces, this simple guide on how to make a ruffle top cupboard curtain is a great way of hiding utilities in style. In this step-by-step guide, we have used the beautiful soft linen, Cotswold Linen Terracotta fabric, which brings a lovely rustic, lived in feel. You could use any lighter weight fabric such as cottons for this make to suit your style.

What you Need:

What you Need:

  • Fabric
  • Tape Measure
  • Sewing Machine
  • Scissors
  • Pins
  • Net Wire
  • Hooks and Eyes
Step One

Step One

Firstly, measure your space which you would like the curtain to cover. With these measurements, double the width of the space and with the drop measurement add 14cm.

Step Two

Step Two

Next, cut your fabric to size and hem all the edges by 2cm for a nice tidy finish.

Step Three

Step Three

Find your top edge of the fabric and fold this edge over by 12cm, pin and sew along this pinned edge.

Step Four

Step Four

Now, make the channel for the net wire to go through. To do this, pin the fabric into place 2cm up from where the fabric is folded over and sew along this edge.

Step Five

Step Five

Cut the net wire to the width of your space you are wanting to cover and screw the hooks into each end of the wire.

Step Six

Step Six

Next, thread the net wire through the channel in the curtain.

Step Seven

Step Seven

Now, screw the eyes into the wood surface.

Step Eight

Step Eight

Thread the net wire through the channel in the curtain and hook to the eyes. Manoeuvre the curtain on the wire to create the ruffles – and you now have your cupboard curtain.

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