OMG these are great and so are the cushions. I've never made drapes before - considered tab tops because I'm told they are easier. It's the measuring of the window that puts me off as it appears everything around the window as well as inside has to be measured and I have never understood why.
I also like the light hanging as well.
Well done you
It is really really easy to make drapes. I tried to make a diagram to explain better how I go about doing it.
I hope it makes sense. If not feel free to ask questions
ETA: Okay I see that you can't really read the writing so it says...
Measure across the window for where you want the drapes to start to where you want them to stop.
Measure the length from where you want the rod to hang down to where you want the base of the drapes to fall.
Be sure to add 1-inch to the measurement for the side seams. I add about 2 to 3-inches to the top and bottom seams. If you want the drapes to lay flat against the windows when they are closed don't add any more width to the measurements. If you don't want them to lay flat then you will need to add a little more width to your measurements.
I also wanted to add that yes tab tops are easier but it is also really easy to make the kind like I did where you slip the rod through the seam. You would just make sure when you fold the top seam over you have enough room for the width of the rod to fit through. And remember to sew the top seam after you sew the side seams or you won't have the openings on the sides for the rods.