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Faux Roman Shade Tutorial

Sew For Home on Apr 9, 2016
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Learn how to make a Faux Roman Shade. This option uses much less fabric than an operating shade, so it is much kinder to your budget! Follow the link to get the entire tutorial.
  • faux roman shade tutorial, crafts, window treatments, windows
  • faux roman shade tutorial, crafts, window treatments, windows
  • faux roman shade tutorial, crafts, window treatments, windows
  • faux roman shade tutorial, crafts, window treatments, windows
  • faux roman shade tutorial, crafts, window treatments, windows
  • faux roman shade tutorial, crafts, window treatments, windows
  • faux roman shade tutorial, crafts, window treatments, windows
  • faux roman shade tutorial, crafts, window treatments, windows

To see more: http://www.justthebeesknees.com/2012/05/faux-roman-shade-tutorial.html

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  • Phyllis W
    Phyllis W Saint Pauls, NC

    Can they be used as a bottom up shade? I want privacy but still get light.

  • Sarah @ Just The Bee's Knees

    Phyllis ~ Of coarse! They would work beautifully in that application, especially if you wanted the blind to be stationary. You would have to adjust the mounting hardware slightly to work with your window. Maybe installing a wood 1x2 straight across

  • Phyllis W
    Phyllis W Saint Pauls, NC

    Thank you so much Sarah. I have been looking for a solution for a long time. I can't wait to get started.

  • Sarah @ Just The Bee's Knees

    Best of luck Phyllis! I'd love to see how it turns out!

  • Terri J
    Terri J Annapolis, MD

    @Phyllis - can you please tell me how you made out by doing it as a bottom up shade? I like that idea and could really use that as well.

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