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  • Pamela Anderson

    No Sew Roman Shades made from a Target Tablecloth using tension curtain rods. love the wall color

  • Cathy Wing Smith

    Evolution of Style: No Sew, All Faux Roman Shade made from a Target Tablecloth using tension curtain rods I'm really pinning this for the wall color

  • Jody Williams

    Wall color! No Sew Roman Shades made from a Target Tablecloth and 3 tension rods. So easy!

  • Julie Dussinger

    No Sew Roman Shades example for kitchen window treatments

  • Lindsey

    Dining room curtain idea. Three separate curtains. No sew target tablecloth roman shade.

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