Covering for Front Door Windows

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13 Responses

  1. Denise says:

    That looks great and very welcoming Rosanne.

  2. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    That’s so sweet of you, and it looks great! I don’t like my door windows uncovered either!!

  3. Judy B says:

    Your window covering is great. Oh, the” measure twice cut once rule” comes to mind! And you fixed the issue nicely. Too bad my neighbor with the beach towel over the window doesn’t have a Roseanne and Sue in his life! Great job!

  4. quiltinggail says:

    Well done!!! Now, those horrid people can TRY to look through and all they’ll see is the wonderful window covering!!! And … a great fix!

  5. Roseanne these windows are really covered in love and sew beautifully, too! Great way to solve the size issue

  6. Susan Nixon says:

    Oh, that looks great! I wouldn’t want it uncovered, either. It’s too big!

  7. chrisknits says:

    Oh no! I can’t say that I haven’t found myself in a similar situation, but I actually DID measure and still got it wrong. LOL! But what a cute way to cover the window, and still have it accessible when you need to see who’s at the door!


    Okay, I’m in trouble for laughing at this sad story….but it could easily have been me and I would have been saying not very nice things and having to cover the kids ears! Your solution works and that is what is important. I love the modern look of the curtain and that it matches the area rug is a bonus.

  9. Vicki in MN says:

    I think you should make one for each season, you know you don’t have enough to do, hahaha!

  10. Ohhhhh yeah, the black void of windows – I get creeped out, too. I’m thinking the more socially acceptable thing to say would be: “Using window coverings help with the heating and cooling costs associated with leakage through uncovered windows” or some such thing.

  11. Great solution! So is the back of the panel (the part that faces outside) just plain fabric, I assume? Just curious.

  12. Glad you figured out a solution to the size problem, because otherwise I think your window covering turned out great! We can never turn down a request from our families, can we, Roseanne?

  13. Laura says:

    The covering is functional and given with love. What more is needed? 🙂

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