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  • Allyson M

    Room decorating ideas: No-Sew Roman Shade

  • Tiffany Stein

    No sew DIY Roman shades using mini blinds. laundry room

  • Kristen Clark

    DIY No-Sew Roman Blinds using mini-blinds. Ok...so I love to sew, but these days there isn't so much time for it, however I love the look of custom sewn stuff...I've gotta check this out! Easy no sew Roman Shades

  • Vicki Woodside-Cook

    I need new window treatments for the boat in the worst way! These are supposedly Easy no sew Roman Shades - uses cheap mini blinds - but looks complicated to someone like me! Oh, well, guess this is a multiple day project! I'll start small...with the bathrooms!

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A few weeks back I shared some pics of the window treatments in our master bedroom and I promised to share all the details from the fabric to the “how to” details… well I finally got it done!!! Can you believe I made these with the cheap, ugly mini-blinds that were hanging in our house!