Goodness! I have another project up at Moda Bakeshop today. It’s been a little busy around here! This time I’ve designed a shower curtain that I like to think is the perfect blend of patchwork and crisp appeal. You might say it is “squeaky clean”. 😉
I worked with the laminated cotton canvas and fat quarters from the line Lucy’s Crab Shack by Sweetwater. That group of ladies is quite possibly my favorite design group at Moda. I always seem to gravitate towards their fabrics.
I needed a new shower curtain and necessity is the mother of invention. Those of you who are faithful readers know that I had a few “difficulties” when working on this project. But rest assured, I persevered and I’m quite happy with the result. Even my husband likes it and let me tell you, that is high praise indeed! lol
So I hope you find the tutorial helpful or inspirational.
217 thoughts on “Squeaky Clean Shower Curtain”
Great tutorial – left my comment!
I'm always loving bright color combinations, but I'm doing a "sherbet" charm swap and I really like the softer colors we're swapping – mango, lime, lemon, blue raspberry, and such. It's going to make for a fun quilt!
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And i don't know if it's because summer is late to arrive here in seattle and I'm wanting sun, but my favorite color combo right now is yellow and orange!
I left a comment on the tutorial. 🙂 Love the shower curtain.
I'm loving gray, yellow and navy right now. Those are the colors I'm using in my bedroom once I start the makeover.
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I am into 2 combinations: blue and yellow – aqua and white! Thanks for the giveaway!
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I'm currently making some bathroom curtains with granny square blocks, I'm making them in blue and green and loving that combination
I am really really into purple right now, and the rainbow spectrum! Thanks for the giveaway!
I love red and orange right now 🙂
I left a comment on your great tutorial 🙂
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My favorite color combo right now is orange and blue.
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I like purple and gray