I wanted a sheer lace curtain to go in the dining room of my 1920's home but I didn't want the lace to feel too old fashioned. This was the perfect fit with our traditional yet slightly modernized dining room. And I love how the light comes through the pattern. Also this is a pure white and not an ivory which is exactly what I wanted.
When purchasing these sheers keep in mind that you get what you pay for. I did not want to spend a lot of money on sheers as I am selling this house, but for what I spent, these sheers work fine. I have seen sheers of a much poorer quality than these. Some reviewers complained of unevenness. This is true. I have had to cleverly manipulate the hem to get an even appearance. However, a soft iron on the side seams helps to straighten the panel and keeps the hem from 'hiking' on the ends. Careful with iron temp. You can burn the sheer if iron is too hot. Again, if you must have superior quality, this is not the sheer for you. If you can live with mid grade fabric, these may work just fine.
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