Curtains & Shades: A Step-by-step Guide to Creative Window Treatments, Volume 1
Guides the amateur decorator through various techniques for creating simple and sophisticated window treatments, from evaluating a window for appropriate curtains or shades, to choosing the right colors, patterns, pleatings, valances, and embellishments.
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allow attached base border box pleats brackets chain stitch color contrast bands contrasting cord cotton cotton fabric couching stitch curtain or shade curtain weights curtain Width curtains and shades cut drop cut width decorative dowel rods drape drop of curtain eyelets fabric for shade fabric widths finials flat fold fringe hand-sewn herringbone hooks Insert interlining jute lath and fascia Length Finished drop lining fabric look Machine-stitch main fabric muslin panel shade pelmet position pulled raw edges READER'S DIGEST recess right side rod pocket Roman shade rows of rings screw eyes seams secure seep self-pelmet shape side and base side borders silk simple single curtain slipstitch slot heading space stripe style taffeta tape tartan tassels thread tieback track Type of fabric Type of window velvet wall Width Finished width width of curtain width of fabric width of shade window frame woven wrong side