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Anytime you can do - No Sew - speaks my language!  Roman Shades made from a Target Tablecloth and tension rods.

No Sew Roman Shades made from a Target Tablecloth and 3 tension rods. Ohh tension rods and no sewing?

Instead of using the old mini blind slats, hand sew small plastic rings to the places where the slats above have their holes. Thread the mini-blind string through the rings and tie at the bottom ring.  OR glue/sew pockets using add'l liner fabric to hide slats. See PureOfFaith.blogspot.com in favorites.

No Sew Roman Shades.back door privacy. NO SEW! this would be an awesome idea for my front and back door that have windows taking up half the door :) (project time)

traditional kitchen Bistro Style Kitchen Added interest to kitchen window with awning style treatment!

Window Treatments Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - great for kitchen window over sink!

DIY Roman Blinds - http://www.bhg.com/decorating/window-treatments/window-projects/roman-shade/

DIY Roman Shade-- so much better than tearing apart blinds! I want to do these for my bedroom and the living room

This is the most wonderful tutorial for making roman shades!  So straightforward with lots of helpful pictures.

Use this tutorial! Roman blind tutorial in 20 pictures or less. A great tutorial regarding how to make Roman Blinds. Also see her link for how to do these blinds with an outside mount (instead of the inside mount in this tutorial).

Woven drapes - DIY home interior design www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom

Woven drapes - I love this! cool way to add detail to a room, just a different color curtain, 'cause that mint is ick.

No Sew Roman Shades made from a Target Tablecloth and tension rods. This is GENIUS! - indoorlyfe.com

Evolution of Style: No Sew, All Faux Roman Shade made from a Target Tablecloth using tension curtain rods by lizzie

Eat. Sleep. Decorate.: {No Sew} Faux Roman Shade

{No Sew} Faux Roman Shade with tension rods - perfect for over-the-sink narrow kitchen windows & also tall, narrow, side-lights on the sides of front door in entryway

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