Turned out fine but I never really loved it. The color was a bit too yellow for me. And, I never ironed it so it always looked like a hot mess. Whoopsie! I searched the internet to find something that would work but everything I found was too expensive and too plain for my liking. Based on the search results I knew that making a curtain would be the best idea. THEN, I tried to find fabric. What a stressful mess. I drug my poor hubby to fabric stores and looked at him like he was a lunatic when he couldn't see my "vision". Then I would pout and leave the store frustrated and empty handed. I'm a real treat to deal with sometimes. :) I ended up with something unexpected; regular curtain panels! I was browsing Pier 1 and they had these beautiful panels on clearance for $9.98 each!! Woo-to-the-hoo!
Excuse the bad fabric photo, I had a better one but it seems to have disappeared. I measured things up, pinned, and sewed the two pieces together. Only one seam this time, and it'll be behind the bathroom door most of the time. I hadn't figured out how I was going to hang the shower curtain until I stumbled upon this at JoAnn's:
I also failed at getting a picture of the grommet installation but I swear it's really as easy as lining the two pieces up with the fabric in between and snapping them into place. Then I was done! I was so excited to hang the curtain up. It gave me a run for my money - the stupid curtain rod kept slipping out of place and hitting me on the head. But I finally won.