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  • Amanda Stanko

    No Sew Roman Shades made from a Target Tablecloth and tension rods. I need this for my living room...

  • Laura DeGol Callahan

    Dining room curtains

  • Michelle Zweifel

    No Sew Roman Shades I've been wanting to do a cheap but cute window treatment for my windows in the living room. I think these would look great!

  • Ashley Ecker

    No Sew Roman Shades made from a Target Tablecloth and tension rods. Love the wall color

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  • Theresa Creager

    love this, have been looking for gray/yellow kitchen curtains and hadn't found any. Thanks for sharing.

No-sew faux roman shade. This is a simple and clever method. Perfect for our rental because it requires no drilling or making holes on the wall.

  • Cheryl Youmans-Rusaw

    sounds easy enough. First I'll price the tension rods, I have 2 windows, so I'll need 6. Add that to the fabric, could get pricey, but I love the look!