Thanks, curtain pockets were not originally my idea but from someone on this forum. Sorry, I cannot give proper credit as I do not know their name. The pockets are super easy to add and you can get netting fabric at most fabric stores.
I suggest you choose your curtain fabric carefully as the interior of these fiberglass trailers can get moist from humidity quite easily and you want to avoid musty smells and mold. The original Scamp
curtains, in my case the light
colored ones in my photos, are seemingly made of 100% polyester, much like many fabric shower curtains. I made my side panels and pillow cases out of 100% cotton or a cotton/polyester blend. Lining your curtains is important because they drape better and provide protection from the harmful rays of the sun which tend to weaken the curtain fabric and your other interior fabrics thereby aging them rather rapidly.
I do not like lining my curtains with black-out fabric, such as Roc-Lon, because it makes the curtain TOO heavy, difficult to slide on a rod, makes the interior TOO dark during the day and does have "light leakage" on the sides. For darkening my interior at night I have found the custom Roc-Lon shades do the trick as they lay flat against the window and easily roll up out of the way during the day. An added feature is that they block out sunlight when storing or parking the trailer thereby reducing sunlight damage when you are not in the trailer.