Tutorial: How to Make a No-Sew DIY Burlap Window Valances

Using what I already had in the house (burlap, thumbtacks, and twine), I managed to cover all three windows in my kitchen in under an hour.
This was such an easy, no-sew project! To see all the how-to's, with plenty of before, during and after photos, please visit the tutorial on our blog post.
http://www.11magnolialane.com/2013/08/30/tutorial-how-to-make-a-no-sew-diy-burlap-window-valance/
Thank you!
This was such an easy, no-sew project! To see all the how-to's, with plenty of before, during and after photos, please visit the tutorial on our blog post.
http://www.11magnolialane.com/2013/08/30/tutorial-how-to-make-a-no-sew-diy-burlap-window-valance/
Thank you!
This was such an easy, no-sew project! To see all the how-to's, with plenty of before, during and after photos, please visit the tutorial on our blog post.
http://www.11magnolialane.com/2013/08/30/tutorial-how-to-make-a-no-sew-diy-burlap-window-valance/
Thank you!

11 Magnolia Lane
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  • Carolyn Obrien Carolyn Obrien on Jan 08, 2016
    Love the simplicity

  • Elaine Elaine on Apr 02, 2016
    An attractive & simple solution & low cost too. I did almost the same thing in my former home's laundry room window. I wasn't happy with the thickness of the twine, so I cut 3 lengths (for each end) & braided the twine together. I liked the more "substantial" look.

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