I don't have a sewing machine and even if I did, I would not know how to use it. So when it comes to being handy with hemming, I like to avoid a needle and thread and use stitch witchery to hem. I bought this fabric at Target. It was one 84 inch curtain panel on sale that I cut in half to be my kitchen window curtains.
All you need is an iron, ironing board, a bowl of water and a wash cloth. You place the stitch witchery pieces in between the fold of your hem, squeeze your wash cloth over the fold to get the line extra wet, and then place the iron on top of the wet piece and let it sit for 15 seconds or so. Some places I read said to put a piece of fabric in between the hem but I found that the stitch witchery was not getting hot enough to adhere my hem together.
After the iron has been sitting over the wet hemmed piece, remove it and let it cool for a minute before touching it. After it has cooled I usually pull up lightly to determine if I need to add more water and go over that spot again.
I hung them by purchasing curtain clips from Target and a thin curtain rod and simply clipped the clips to the curtains. I love them! (Please ignore my paint mess - I am in the process of painting :) )