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How To Make Double-Width Lined Pinch-Pleated Draperies – Part 2

How To Make Double-Width Lined Pinch-Pleated Draperies – Part 2

roman shade details - linen roman blind with blue grosgrain ribbon border - Grant K. Gibson via Atticmag

roman shade details - linen roman blind with blue grosgrain ribbon border - Grant K. Gibson via Atticmag

There are lots of tutorials for the roman shades-mini blinds cheat, but I like this the best. They are lined. Finished product looks polished.

There are lots of tutorials for the roman shades-mini blinds cheat, but I like this the best. They are lined. Finished product looks polished.

The fabric, the frogs with tassels, all this exquisite detailing is what makes custom draperies so special.

The fabric, the frogs with tassels, all this exquisite detailing is what makes custom draperies so special.

How To Cut And Install Crown Molding And Trim. Step-by-step.

How To Cut And Install Crown Molding And Trim. Step-by-step.

How To Make Double-Width Lined Pinch-Pleated Draperies – Part 2

How To Make Double-Width Lined Pinch-Pleated Draperies – Part 2

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No-sew Valance: 
-- Cut a 1-x-6-inch board a few inches wider than the bank of windows and cut two 6-inch-long pieces for the returns. Screw the returns to the board.
-- Cut fabric to a height of 10 inches and to the desired width (leaving allowances for hems, the returns, and at least 8 inches for each box pleat) and hem all edges using fusible webbing.
-- Position the board under the fabric, 3 inches from the top hem. Staple the fabric to the board, folding in pleats every 12 to…

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No-sew Valance: -- Cut a 1-x-6-inch board a few inches wider than the bank of windows and cut two 6-inch-long pieces for the returns. Screw the returns to the board. -- Cut fabric to a height of 10 inches and to the desired width (leaving allowances for hems, the returns, and at least 8 inches for each box pleat) and hem all edges using fusible webbing. -- Position the board under the fabric, 3 inches from the top hem. Staple the fabric to the board, folding in pleats every 12 to…

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