A standard fish shower curtain measures 183 square inches, but sizes may vary. Making a shower curtain tailored to fit your bathroom is really simple. Besides the size of the opening shower footage of fabric needed for this design will depend on other factors, including the length and number of folds desired.
Measure the area
Measure the width of the shower area from wall to wall. Multiply this measurement by 1. 5 to work out how big the fabric to the fish shower curtain should be. When your bathroom possesses a curtain rod curve rather than the usual straight line, measure the man instead of the opening width shower. For a larger amount of bends, multiply the width by 2. Now measure the height from the rod to where you want your curtains to finish. Add 23 cm to this measurement and it will tell you the height that the fabric for the fish shower curtain should have. This is further 23cm to allow for top and bottom hem. For example, if the desired length of the shower curtain is 190cm, add 23 cm to accommodate the top and bottom hem, yielding a total of 213 centimeters. If the desired width for the blind, including the bends, is 190cm, add 8 cm for allowing lateral sheaths, obtaining a total width of 198 centimeters.
Use the measurements to determine the amount of fabric you will need. Fabric comes in a variety of widths ranging from 91 cm to 153 cm in width, or larger. To make a fish shower curtain, you will need to choose a fabric that is at least 102 cm wide. Since no tissue is wide enough to cover the one longitudinal seam in the center of the shower curtain area required for the shower curtain is necessary. For example, to create a finished fish shower curtain which measures 190 cm by 190 cm, you will need two pieces of fabric that measure 213 cm long and 102 cm wide, leaving 1.5 cm for the central seam. Once you have selected a fabric that is at least 102 cm in width, divide the measure by 100 to calculate the yardage. A length 100cm 1m will require tissue. If you selected the fabric has a great impression, remember to purchase more fabric so that you can match the print on the stitching. Additional meters should be sufficient.