The purple shower curtain has a history in the art of couture.
The color was originally worn by a queen in 17th century France.
But the original purple shower curtains were made from ivory, which has been used in the manufacture of curtain fabrics since at least the 1800s.
The most recent and widely-used fabric is the cotton curtain, which can be made from any cotton, silk, or rayon.
Here’s how to make a gorgeous purple shower shower curtain.
Start with cotton and thread 1.
Cut the threads to length and cut it into 4 pieces.
Thread one piece of the cotton thread through the thread cutter.
Thread the other piece through the cutter.
Pull the ends of the two pieces of cotton thread together.
Thread all the way around to secure the ends.
Take the end pieces and fold them in half, forming a loop that is about 1 1/2 inches long.
Fold the other half of the fabric into a triangle shape, about 3 inches in diameter.
Thread it through the loop at one end, so the two sides meet.
Take a second piece of cotton and cut a loop through the other end of the thread, leaving a half inch of the ends facing out.
Cut a half-inch long loop through one end of that, so that it meets the other side.
Fold this piece over the one already folded and sew it to the back of the piece.
Take another piece of white cotton and sew one end through the previous one.
Sew it through to the top of the first piece of fabric.
Take this piece of black cotton and draw a loop at the top right of the previous piece.
This loop will be the tail end of this piece.
Pull a loop from the tail of this loop through to secure it.
The purple color will look great hanging in the bathroom, or in your bedroom.