Simple window treatment to try


You don't need to know how to sew to create this great look yourself. You can hand stitch or hot glue the fabric quickly and easily. This was a quick fix with a small amount of fabric.
Simply encase the rod and finials with fabric. Then take a tie rope and cover it with fabric and attach a tassel at the bottom. Drape a sheer over it and you're done.

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  • Kristi C
    on Apr 28, 2012

    Amazing what you can do with a ready made scarf valance. they are sold 216 inches long and around 50 to 60 inches wide. Many come with an insert in the package showing ways to hang them or you can look it up online under scarf valance. Intertwining 2 colors looks good also. They usually run $30 to $50 each at a place such as JCPenney window dept. I change the way mine are hung when I get tired of the look.

  • Reg1561738
    on Jul 24, 2015

    Super idea,well worth trying. Tks

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