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  • Lily Goh

    Classic Roman Shade How-To Kitchen Window Idea....

  • Alisson Van Roekel

    Make Your Own Roman Shades - Martha Stewart Home & Garden- Going to do this in my living room

  • Mary O'Brien

    window treatments: Roman shade DIY: a single length of cloth fit with a system of dowels/cords.

  • Stephanie Edge Wise

    How to Make a Classic Shade by Martha Stewart. In search of window covering ideas for my home!

  • Stephanie Gardner

    Making a Classic Shade | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

  • Emilee

    Tutorial for roman blinds à la Martha Stewart

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