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  • Barbara Konopka

    Covering cheap roller blinds with pretty fabric -- sounds a lot easier than the make-your-own Roman shades idea I had in mind for the kitchen windows. ;)

  • Helen Stafford

    Covering cheap roller blinds with pretty fabric. #home #decor #ideas

  • Sandie Reese

    Fabric covered roller shades! This would be a great idea for the very downstairs windows. The blinds down there are totally falling apart and need to be replaced. Heavy duty upholstery fabric (which I had bought more of the chair cushion fabric) and some cheap roller blinds. You need to help me measure so I can order some.

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