Home Interiors - Thermally Lined Curtains

Learn how to make your own thermally lined curtains and keep your home nice and cosy in the 3 hour workshop!

During the workshop you will make a sample curtain (measuring 50cm x 60cm) which you can then use as a reference point to make your own curatins at home.

The curtain will be interlined and have thermal lining too. If you would prefer to miss out the thermal aspects of the sample curtain when making them at home you'll still learn everything you need to know.

"Loved this, got so much out of it!" - Hilary

Workshop attendees are currently restricted to a max of 5, which means additional 1:1 help from the tutor. Further information on how we are running workshops to ensure the safety of attendees and staff can be found in this link.


Running Time
6pm - 9pm
Dates & Times

Further information

You will learn

  • Measure up your windows at home to work out what size your curtains should be and how much fabric you'll need
  • How to attach an interlining by hand sewing and tacking
  • How to machine stitch a hem and how to hand sew a hem
  • How to attach the lining to the main curtain fabric in a neat way, hiding all the raw edges
  • How to attach curtain heading tape

Skill level

Level 2 - please click here to read the description of this level to ensure it is suited to you

What's included

  • 20% discount on supplies required for the workshop (fabric & notions)
  • A materials pack to make the sample curtain including thermal interlining and thermal lining
  • Full instructions to take away and use at home to make your full sized curtains
  • Use of all machines, tools and equipment
  • Tea/coffee and biscuits

You will need to bring

  • Outer fabric for the curtain, minimum of 70cm x 90cm in medium weight or light weight upholstery fabric. Don't worry about making it exactly this size - we will be cutting it down in the workshop. Just make sure it's not any smaller than these measurements
  • Matching thread

Your tutor

Dee Cain

When Dee's parents realised that she adored all things sewing related, they gave her an electric sewing machine for her 9th birthday and her first sewing teacher was her dear mum who just happened to be a seamstress.

Dee has had a lengthy career in the clothing industry working as a sample machinist, sample cutter, pattern drafter and bridal alteration specialist before she decided to become a mature student and study for a BSc in Clothing Management and Technology at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Valuable teaching experience was gained as a visiting tutor for BA fashion students at Birmingham City University. In 2017 she also taught in Haiti as the lead tutor for an oversees aid work charity (LVE Haiti) where she successfully set up a sewing school.

Hobbies include sewing her own tailored clothes, knitting baby cardigans, travelling to tropical destinations, shopping and going to the gym.


4 places remaining £55

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