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Thursday, January 25, 2007
Fabric covered closet rod
I had a long, skinny strip of pink toile in the rag bag. I've seen curtain rods covered in fabric, so I thought I'd try it with my metal closet bar. This idea probably wouldn't work with wire or metal hangers, though. I pasted the bar liberally with Elmer's glue. I painted even more glue on the seam, using my fingers to pull and tighten the fabric as I progressed. Another adhesive like Tacky Glue would probably be easier to work with.
Posted by Meredith at 7:58 AM
Labels: organizing and cleaning
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That's a really neat idea - I'd never heard of it before. Thanks for sharing it. I'm sure I have long strips of fabric in my stash somewhere that would work wonderfully for covering closet rods....
i also hate ugly metal rodes..i usually pick up a 2$ cover for them..but this is a great idea
Celina in Canada
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Never mind the previous question about how you did the rod, lol. I just needed to read a bit further I guess.
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