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Reversible Roman Shade


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The reason I designed this shade was I love to change the look of my kitchen from season to season. You can make these shades for your bedroom, bathroom, family room, child's bedroom and any room of the house. These make a great treatment for a newborn's room. The look can be changed easily as the baby grows. This is a fun, easy window treatment. It is made with two different fabrics so you can change the look of a room in flash. Change the look of your window with one quick change. The shade is attached to tension rods adjusted to the inside width of your window. Simply move the rods closer or further apart to change the look of the shade. The mounting is not permanent and will not damage the wood on the window. This is made for an inside mount window. What this means is the shade will be inserted in the inside of the window casing. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing and Measuring SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizing and Finished measurement depends on the actual size of your window. This is made for an inside mount window. Look at your window casing, if you can place a tension rod inside the window casing, then this pattern will work for you. The shade is made with two different fabrics on the front and back with a lining in between.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Decorator Fabric, Lining Fabric, Drapery Weights, Ruler, Pencil, Sewing Machine, 3 Tension Rods

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AggieRay Designs
AggieRay Designs
I have always had a desire to create. My interest in sewing started very young sitting by my grandmother's sewing machine watching her sew. I was fascinated by how things were put together. I have been sewing and creating for over 30 years. My first sewing pattern was published in 2008 and I have not stopped since. The Aggie Wristlet/Clutch pattern was just featured in the Anna Griffin, Inc. Quiltmarket 2013 in Portland, OR. You can read more about it on my blog! It was an honor. Be sure to check out my other sewing patterns available on Craftsy!