A friend received this piece of hand-loomed fabric from Uganda as a gift from her daughter; she wanted to see and appreciate it everyday. She asked for a curtain for her kitchen window using as much of the fabric as possible. The material was fringed on both ends which worked out perfectly for the two halves of a tied back curtain. However, the halves were short the length of her window by two inches. I borrowed just enough fabric from the selvage edges to create a a rod pocket and add enough length. Next, I stitched complementary fabric tiebacks seaming in a piece of what would have been waste, fringed border trim.