Coffee Curtains by Gina Gungor

Coffee Curtains

September 2014
Thread ?
7 stitches and 4 rows = 1 inch
1.5 mm
1200 - 1300 yards (1097 - 1189 m)
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I am an avid coffee drinker. If a person could survive on coffee alone, I probably would. As I sit here now, coffee beside me, typing this, I can easily agree that I would indeed go on a diet of coffee alone if it was possible.

My family and friends all know that when you drop by my house you will always find a pot brewing and ready conversation at my kitchen table. So why not advertise it on the windows, right?

These curtains originally started out for basement windows. I was in need of curtains for the summer kitchen in my basement. They have evolved into curtains to cover the windows in a standard kitchen as the beta went on for them. My testers were amazing. I wanted them to be able to enjoy them year round in their kitchens so I developed the spacer you will find in the pattern. You can make the spacers and seam them on like one of my lovely testers did, use them as a panel, or whatever you want. It’s up to you!

If you would like to make the valance wider you can do that. I have added instructions on how to alter the pattern to adjust the valance to better fit your window if it is wider than the measurements listed below.

Materials Needed:
1.5 mm Hook
Red Heart Classic Crochet Thread – Size 10 (approx. 1300 yds)

Gauge: 7 sts x 4 rows per inch

Finished Measurements (without tabs – tabs add 2”):
Panels: 17”W x 16”L
Large Valance: 36”W x 11.75”L
Small Valance: 36”W x 9.5”L
Spacer(s) (vertical bean pictured): 6”W x 16”L

The set is actually quite large. You get two panels, 2 sizes of a valance to choose from, spacers to add to the panels to make it wider to fit wider windows, the valance can be customized to make it wider to fit your window.

I hope you guys enjoy the filet charts!