Pop-Up Camper – New Curtains – Pictures

These curtains worked out great! They also did not break the bank. The curtains I purchased Thermal Insulated Light Block Window Curtains, Rod Pocket & Back Tab Top Kitchen Curtain Panels, Wide 42 x Long 45, Grey. Remember to measure your curtains before ordering. Some were a bit long, but it wasn’t hard to hem them and no cutting. Sewing I can do but I’m not an expert. I removed the clips from the back of the original curtains. They were all sewn on but the holes were too small for me to reuse as my needle would not fit. I carefully used the smallest metal screwdriver I had, heated it over a candle, and pushed through the existing holes to make them a little bigger. (Please be safe if you try this as the screwdriver handle will get hot if it is metal and you are not too careful. Work on a non-flammable surface). I carefully stitched the clips back on to the new curtains in about the same place as the old clips were on the original curtains. These new curtains do not have the white insulation on the back so they will no longer stick together or to the windows when the camper is closed up.

Before:

Curtains – Before

Bunk Curtains – Before

Front Curtains – Before

Dinette Table Curtains – Before

Front Couch – Before

After:

Bunk Curtains – After – The bunk curtains needed to be hemmed, so instead of cutting them I folded them under. I stitched the sides and then made pockets using a straight stitch. Now we have a place to put our phones and not worry about them falling out of the bunk or someone sitting on them.

The curtains behind the sink did not need hemming. I reattached the original clips.

Front Curtains – After

Front Curtains – After – No hemming needed. I just reattached the original clips.

Bunk Curtain Back Pocket – After – The bunk curtains needed to be hemmed, so instead of cutting them I folded them under. I stitched the sides and then made pockets using a straight stitch. Now we have a place to put our phones and not worry about them falling out of the bunk or someone sitting on them.

Dinette Curtains – After – The dinette curtains needed to be hemmed. So I did not cut them, but folded under at the right length and hemmed with a straight stitch.

Bunk Valance – After

Bunk Valance – After

Bunk Curtain Pocket – After – The bunk curtains needed to be hemmed, so instead of cutting them I folded them under. I stitched the sides and then made pockets using a straight stitch. Now we have a place to put our phones and not worry about them falling out of the bunk or someone sitting on them.