I have made my own custom curtains and plastic liners and I raised the spring tension rod to near ceiling height. I have used a sheet for the outer curtain and bought plastic from the fabric store for the liner. Using grommets in both was not hard to do. Talk about saving money! If you wanted this look and had them custom made it would be very pricy. I added a valance on a spring tension rod in front of the curtain and liner that slides back and forth.
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Crystal, honey, so what if you mess up? That is what a seam ripper is for. Everyone messes up, it is a way of learning. I don't think you even have to make squares, you would just make panels as narrow or as wide as you like. I put bead trim on mine to make the shower curtain hang straight and not get pulled into the shower. It is very pretty.