But I have discovered the wonderful fun of making serged shower curtains using simple blocks.
The first one I made I used a zig zag stitch to stop ravelling but a serger on simple blocks is the way to go.
This spring shower curtain uses many fabrics in a stack, slash, switch and serge method. I luv the surprises and the opportunity to arrange all the blocks every which way. I add a folded strip at the top on the inside and I made button holes. Then I bind with a double fold binding simply because I like the look and the bit of extra weight helps the curtain hang nicely. A hem all the way around would work well also.
Now the rooster and his ol' biddy are ready for April Showers!