Two-Hour Window Treatments

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Sterling Pub., 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 143 pages
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With the help of three skilled designers, create miraculous designs to transform your windows. The enjoyable chatty trio dispense professional advice on what makes a window treatment successful; salvaging old treatments; turning windows into inside d?cor; incorporating special hardware (like horshoes and stars); using natural light - and what to do with a room with no view. And, of course, there's everything you want to know on fantastic fabrics, no-sew styles, tassels, ties and more!

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User Review  - drj - LibraryThing

Predominantly an art book showing window treatments, this book has many photographs in color of many unique curtains and artful window treatments. Almost no project directions are given, but the book in itself is a source of ideas. Read full review

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Luke provides instructions for various window treatments such as lined drapes and shades, but her instructions could have been more detailed, with more illustrations and explanations of more styles ... Read full review

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Ogden, UT

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