Learn how to make your own custom lined Roman shades. Very detailed tutorial using dowels and Roman shade tube tape to create rod sleeves.

Learn how to make your own custom lined Roman shades. Very detailed tutorial using dowels and Roman shade tube tape to create rod sleeves.

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.

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.

Easy, NO SEW roman shades (for 4.50!)  Made with mini blinds! @ Objective Home.  Totally going to start following this blog and totally going to try out this project!  Husband has been bugging me to replace our old worn out blinds with Roman shades but I just can't do the price.  This is easy and affordable!

Easy, NO SEW roman shades (for 4.50!) Made with mini blinds! @ Objective Home. Totally going to start following this blog and totally going to try out this project! Husband has been bugging me to replace our old worn out blinds with Roman shades but I just can't do the price. This is easy and affordable!

No Sew window Treatment using a filtted sheet. Very pretty! I dont like new-sew things, but I really like this.

In An Instant: No Sew Window Treatment

No Sew window Treatment using a filtted sheet. Very pretty! I dont like new-sew things, but I really like this.

No-Sew Faux Roman Shade -- I would probably sew the edges so I could wash from time to time, but I still love this idea.

No-Sew Faux Roman Shade {by Richella from Imparting Grace

No-Sew Faux Roman Shade -- I would probably sew the edges so I could wash from time to time, but I still love this idea.

diy roman shades - use drop cloth and purchase a table cloth, panels or bed sheet with your favorite pattern and add to the drop cloth....very inexpensive and all of your windows can be covered throught you home.

Windows ~ DIY Shades and Panels

diy roman shades - use drop cloth and purchase a table cloth, panels or bed sheet with your favorite pattern and add to the drop cloth....very inexpensive and all of your windows can be covered throught you home.

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