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Homemade Roman Blinds

from Martha Stewart

Make Your Own Roman Shades

Smart, tailored panels combine the softness of curtains with the functionality of blinds, and they work almost anywhere.

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from Martha Stewart

Make Your Own Roman Shades

Making your own roman shade Martha Stewart Living, Volume 151 June 2006 Fabric Iron Needle and thread Disappearing-ink pen Cotton strips (shade's width plus 3/4 inch by 4 3/4 inches) 1/4-inch dowels 2-by-1-inch wooden batten (cut to width of shade) Two 2-by-3-inch swatches of fabric Staple gun Brass rings Cord lock Screw eyes Shade lift cord Cord condenser Cord tassel

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from involvingcolor.com

No Sew Roman Shade from Mini Blinds – Involving Home

no-sew roman shade from old blinds. Genius. I have to figure out how to do a back on it, so the blinds don't show from the outside, but will still pull up.

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DIY roman shades using miniblinds - no sew..LOVE how she explains to pull the blind the whole way up and measure...ks

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from Cozy Crooked Cottage

No-sew Roman Shades

DIY Roman shades! so simple! and i think you could sew fabric on the back side so the blind isnt visible

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DIY Roman Shades @ Made2Style I can do this! Hate the look of those mini blinds, now I can get the look of Roman shades instead?!

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from How To Build It

How to DIY Your Own Roman Shades

How to Make DIY Roman Shades. DIY, DIY clothing, sewing patterns, quick crafting, tutorials, DIY tutorials.

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from How To Build It

How to DIY Your Own Roman Shades

How to Make DIY Roman Shades- How to make your own homemade Roman Shades. Tips and tricks for inexpensive roman shades that are easy and look fabulous!

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