This Is How I Made My Macys Swimming Pool Cushions & Drapes

In the past, I’ve discussed how you can make your own Macys swimmers curtains & drape.

In this post, I’m going to show you how to make your Macys curtains &drapes.

The curtains & towels used are the same ones used by Macys in the original show, so you don’t need to buy anything new to make them.

For a few extra bucks, you can buy a couple of these for about $10 each.

Make your curtains &wires by soaking towels in warm water for 30 minutes, and then turning the towels in a warm room.

Wipe the towels with a damp cloth, and lay them out on a flat surface.

If you’re using a towel that comes with a fabric backing, use a damp, soft cloth that won’t scratch the fabric, such as cotton, linen, or linen-polyester.

Put your towels in the dryer to dry completely, then lay them flat in a room with plenty of light.

To make sure the towels won’t get caught in your towels, put a towel over the towel to prevent drying.

In the meantime, wash the towels by holding the dry towels in your hands, and letting them hang over the dry towel.

If the towel looks wet, it’s not dry enough.

To dry the towels, place the dry sheets over the wet towels.

The towels wonít dry until theyíre dry, so put the dry strips under a window or wall, and let them hang there for a few minutes. Then, youíll be ready to go.

To prepare the curtains &towels, you’ll need to have a large pot of water on hand.

Fill it to about halfway full with about 2 cups of water.

Next, fill the pot about 1/2-inch deep, then add about 4 cups of cornflour, 1/4 cup of salt, and 1 teaspoon of baking soda.

Cover the pot with plastic wrap, and keep it in a hot place for about an hour.

You want the water to be hot enough that it doesnít bubble, and that it has a solid consistency, not just a watery consistency.

To create a dryer, put the wet towel in a large bowl, then pour about 3 cups of boiling water into the bowl.

The water should be about 2 inches deep, so it will soak up all the water that is absorbed into the towel.

You can add more water if youíre worried about getting your towel too wet.

When the water is completely absorbed, you will be left with a mixture of flour, salt, baking soda, cornflours, and cornstarch.

If there are a lot of flour and salt in the mix, you might need to add more baking soda or cornstch, or the baking soda will be a bit stronger than the salt.

To remove the wetness, simply mix in the flour, then a little baking soda to remove the flour from the mixture.

Repeat this process several times.

If itís still too wet, add a little water to mix in and mix it in again.

Add more flour, and repeat until the mixture is dry.

Then pour the mixture into a large baking dish, and cover with a lid.

Place the dish in the fridge for about 15 minutes.

The mixture will keep for about 6 hours.

When itís done, take the dish out of the fridge and use a slotted spoon to remove any excess flour from inside the dish.

If all of the flour and flouriness is gone, you should have about 1 cup of flour in the bowl, and the remaining flour should be 1/8 cup.

Put the dry ingredients in a bowl, stir to combine, and add the cornstarchy mixture.

Using a spatula, mix the mixture together.

If needed, add more flour to get the consistency you want.

Add the baking sauce and the vinegar.

Let it sit for about a minute.

Add a little salt and pepper to taste.

You may also want to add a bit of sugar to make the sauce more syrupy.

Now itís time to put the macys swimming pool curtains & teddies into the dryers.

Remove the towels from the water, then place them in a dry, dark, and warm room that has plenty of air.

Make sure you donít burn the towels or your swimmers towels.

Allow the towels to dry in the room for about 20 minutes, then turn them in to a warm, dry room for another 15 minutes or so.

If they are very dry, add about 1 tablespoon of baking powder and a little cinnamon to the water mixture.

You might also want some water to thin the batter.

To turn the towels out, place them on a sheet of paper towels, and make sure to cover them with the towels.

After they dry, you may want to turn the towel over