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Shades for my sister's kitchen

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Camera NIKON COOLPIX L28
Exposure Time 1/25
F-Stop 3.2
ISO 200

Diane at work

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Sewing Custom Roman Shades taught by Susan Woodcock

Sew decorator-quality, lined Roman shades that will enhance any room! Raise your understanding of these popular window coverings and create three custom looks using basic sewing skills.

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Category Sewing
Type Home Decor
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? light weight shade lining. I bought remnants of it for $2.00 a yard. My sister bought the fabric which was like drapery fabric, but was just 45" wide. Nylon cording and plastic rings

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My sister picked a grey fabric with a white feather pattern for her kitchen door and window. We had to have HER measure the windows using FaceTime because we live 100 miles apart. Then she got the fabric per my yardage calculations and brought it to my place and I made the shades. She took them home and hung them up - PERFECT FIT - both windows! My only problem was that the fabric was 45" wide (not the expected 54") and her kitchen window is 41" wide!!!!!!! I adjusted the side folds to 1" to make it work. Thanks again for the great pattern!

06/10/2014 Flag

Love the photos! Thanks for including a workroom shot - that's sweet :) Your shades look great and that's really something when you are working long distance. I can't wait to see what you do next!

06/10/2014 Flag