Part 3: Check out the curtains hanging in the camper

by | Jan 14, 2016 | Lifestyle, The Hymer Motorhome Adventure | 0 comments

Last weekend I started making curtains for our camper. A completely new challenge for me! But it went well (except for a few crooked seams) and after sewing a full day I had finished three curtains.

When we started renovating the camper, we’ve removed all the curtains so we could paint properly. Back then, we never thought to write down which curtain hung where. In principle, that is not directly necessary for the self-explanatory or where they fit. Tuesday I went to the shed where the camper is and I hung up the curtains. Once they hung I began to doubt, the curtains behind the fold-down bed, next to the window, seem too short or too long. Probably these curtains don’t suppose to hang at the fold-down bed but at the windows below the folding bed. For now we will leave them hanging.

Next week I’ll start with the other curtains. The curtains in the U-shaped seating are basically decorative, but it is also nice when they can close. So, again a nice job to do!

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See here, the end result of the first three curtains around the fold-down bed! I am very happy with it, even though it’s such a dark and gloomy weather, I do feel the nice fresh and summery feeling in the camper. When all curtains hang, we can hang some more accessories and perhaps start re-upholstering the cushions.

Let’s first see how much fun sewing is after the next eight curtains!

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