Extra long shower curtain liner set the tone for your entire bathroom. They are biggest piece of decoration, so the style, color and size are important. Sometimes, shower curtains can enhance the look of your bath. Other times, however, they are meant to hide the tub and around. You can extend an existing curtain.
Replace your shower curtain in the bathroom and pull it all the way to the other side of the tub. For example, if there is 6 inches gap between the curtain and the floor and the curtain is 54 inches wide, end measures are 8 inches and 56 inches. Cut a piece of fabric to its final dimensions. The fabric should coordinate with your current bathroom extra long shower curtain liner. For example, choose a game of one solid color fabric curtain or combine patterns such as flowers and stripes.
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Fold under 1 inch of fabric at the ends and one long side, pinning in place. Sew down with a sewing machine, removing pins as you go. The other edge must remain raw. With the two right sides (the sides that face the exterior), pin the fabric edge to the bottom of the existing shower curtain to create a seam of 1 inch wide. Sew along the seam, removing pins as you go.