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  • Carly Duke

    “Rag” Valance (by choosing suitable fabrics, would suit any number of decor styles ... I think I'll go with shabby chic and use torn strips of muslin, lace, lacy fabrics, and maybe a little burlap if it works in well). Also good for cottage, can even be rustic or primitive. GIRLS ROOM

  • Mia K

    No-sew Shabby Chic “Rag” Valance made with a "jelly roll". girls room!

  • Dena Tippetts

    Kitchen window No-sew Shabby Chic “Rag” Valance made with a "jelly roll".

  • Viola Pitcher

    No-sew Shabby Chic “Rag” Valance I love this for my sewing room

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