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Fabric window shades

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Fabric Covered Window Shade Tutorial- Jacquelynne Steves.  This is the best tutorial.

With this Fabric Covered Window shade Tutorial, learn how some fabric and a bottle of glue can transform your window shades and add personality to any room.

Learn how to make a custom-fit flat Roman shade for your home! With step-by-step instructions, you'll have this completed in no time! #diy #sewing #romanshade

Coming at you today with a big meaty DIY post…an inside mount flat Roman shade! I love making custom window treatments for my home. Not only are they beautiful, they function just as well as …

How to Make a Drop Cloth Roman Shade Step 1: Cut your pine boards The boards need to fit just inside the top of the window. Add an eye hook to each end as shown.

How to Make a Drop Cloth Roman Shade Step 1: Cut your pine boards The boards need to fit just inside the top of the window. Add an eye hook to each end as shown.

Fabric Covered Window Shade Tutorial- Jacquelynne Steves

With this Fabric Covered Window shade Tutorial, learn how some fabric and a bottle of glue can transform your window shades and add personality to any room.

Budget Window Shades + Curtains Roundup

If I had to guess what I’m most often asked about—apart from paint colors—it’s where I source my curtains and blinds. Over the years I’ve run the gamut from dirt cheap DIY shades to pricey designer drapes, and have learned what to look for (and avoid) when shopping for window treatments. For this roundup, I’m […]

Make your own quick and cheap window shade using a couple yards of fabric and some scrap wood. | 5 Insanely Clever DIYs That Are Actually Easy

If your shade has a pattern on it, make sure the print is straight when you start tracing it around the pattern. And as always, measure twice before you cut! This step-by-step will show you how to make this happen.

Gluing down the edges of the fabric on the reverse side with a brush and fabric glue.

I know, I know, I got behind again. I’m doing my best to keep up while traveling but it’s sort of challenging. Custom roller shades can cost upwards of $2000 (for our four windows including a frenc…