Complete Book of Window Treatments & Curtains: Traditional & Innovative Ways to Dress Up Your Windows

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Sterling, 1995 - Art - 143 pages
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"Not only explains decorating jargon but also provides ideas, guidelines, and instructions for covering windows in dozens of different styles--swags, roller shades, lambrequins, and cornices, and goblet or pencil-pleated draperies, for instance. Non-sewers will appreciate the attention paid to planning and answers to questions about function, characteristics, room styles, and other aspects."-- "Booklist

. "Practical advice with clear, easy-to-follow instructions on making window treatments and trimmings."-- "LJ--Starred review

. 144 pages (80 in color), 98 b/w illus., 8 1/2 x 11.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
8
MATERIALS
22
CURTAINS
61
Copyright

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Has an excellent reputation among sewers and an established sales history.

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