Curtain Style: A Complete Step by Step Course with 15 Projects

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Franz Steiner Verlag, Aug 16, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages

For the first time, best-selling author Caroline Wrey shows how to make her elegant curtains using full-colour step-by-step photography. You can actually see what she is doing and how she uses tried and tested methods to ensure a professional result every time. Whether you are a complete beginner or a more experienced stitcher, the instructions given tell you everything you need to know about curtain making, from the type of fabric to the best window to hang it from. She shows how to make everything from a simple tab-headed curtain to stately swags and tails, a French-pleated pelmet to a Roman blind, with every part of the process clearly photographed. In addition, each section has a variety of inspirational, real-world photographs giving a wealth of ideas on how to choose the right treatment for your particular type of home.

 

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