Two women from rural Alabama have received more than $7.4 million for their kitchen curtains from a group of farmers after being told they had to go to a new place.
The curtain makers say the curtain makers are the only ones who know who is going to use the curtain in their kitchen.
They’ve been getting calls from around the world.
The two women who made the curtain say they got a call from a farmer who asked them to use a curtain from his home.
The curtains are for his wife’s new farmhouse.
She said she was concerned because she has never been able to use her curtain before.
They say they are happy to share their work and that they hope others will too.
The curtain makers, who were not named, told the Associated Press they wanted to give back to farmers in the wake of the flood and flood-related business losses.
They have received thousands of dollars from the farm, as well as donations from people all over the country.
The couple said they are grateful that their curtain maker is sharing his expertise.
He told them he has been able with a $1,500 loan to build a curtain that was made by someone who never lived in his home and never worked in his kitchen.
He said he is proud to have worked with a curtain maker who is willing to share his expertise and make a difference.