I made this a few years ago. It’s inspired by Korean pogaji wrapping clothes. Which are hand stitched out of scraps of fabric. Mine isn’t hand stitched. I used french seams to stitch together linen that I took from thrifted clothes. You can see my first ever attempt at dyeing in that blotchy orange. Then I made into a curtain.
It’s on my garage door, which I see now is very dusty. I remember making it as a super enjoyable experience. I LOVE ironing linen almost as much as it loves being ironed. You need super high heat and a very steamy iron. It’s extremely satisfying.
I plan on re-making it in shades of blue. I have another naked window in my kitchen that needs one, too. They’re on my “to do one day when I have nothing better to do” list.
Then I took a macro picture –
because I love macro pictures – which distracted me mightily. So I’ll just post some of the pictures I then took with my macro lens on:
I hate to stay too on topic. Now you can see why I never get to that that to do list.