First of all, if anyone tells you that something is "easy," spit in their eye and walk away. ;)
It's not that the shower curtain was super-hard to make, it's just that there was a lot of Math involved. And I'm an English major. For a reason.
The person who wrote these instructions said that 5 yards of fabric were needed, so get 6 just to be on the safe side. I'm working within a budget, so I intended to only buy 5. Then when I got to Joann Fabrics to buy the fabric that I had been lusting over for weeks, there were only 4 1/2 yards on the bolt. They had more of it....in the warehouse....which would take 2-4 weeks to arrive.
I only have the weekend to finish the curtain.
So I went with plan B, which was a brighter green that I "really" wanted, and only bought 5 yards. After I got all the edges hemmed "just so," I had waaaaaayyyyyy too many inches left on each side.
Which means that I SHOULD'VE BOUGHT THE 4 1/2 YARDS OF PERFECT MATERIAL.
But I didn't. So let's not look back.
I'm posting the instructions now, and hopefully in a few weeks, when we're in the new house, I can post the pics of the curtain/bathroom.
All-in-all, now that I know how to make a shower curtain, I doubt I would ever purchase one again. Not when it's possible to make one that's just perfect for the room.