Here is the window, after mini blind was taken down.
I wanted a thrifty, quick, super cute way to cover the window. I don't have a sewing machine, so sewing my own was out. I thought about taking fabric and using Steam A Seam to "sew" them into curtains, which I probably would have done if the window was any bigger. After searching and searching, I found some café curtains made from tea towels, I modified it a bit by using large 20x20 cloth napkins.
And here is the new and improved window.
Two20x20 cloth napkins from World Market Tree of Life Collection
14 café curtain clips (7 curtain clips for each napkin)
One café curtain rod (Rod and clips were purchased at Ross, but they can be found at Target or Bed Bath & Beyond)
To assemble: Lay out napkins and place one curtain ring at each end of the napkin. Then evenly space the remainder of the curtain rings. Install brackets for curtain rod. Slip rings with napkins now attached onto the rod. Place rod on to brackets and your done. How easy was that??!!
More before and after photos of our 2003 Keystone Sprinter Travel Trailer RV here.