Saturday, May 24, 2014

DIY Reversible Roman Shade

Reversible Roman Shade

This is a fun, easy window treatment.  It is made with two different fabrics so you can change the look of a room in flash.   Instructions to attach a lining to protect the shade from the sun is also included.  
Change the look of your window with one quick change.  The shade is attached to tension rods adjusted to the inside width of your window.  Simply move the rods closer or further apart to change the look of the shade.  The mounting is not permanent and will not damage the wood on the window.  This is made for an inside mount window.  What this means is the shade will be inserted in the inside of the window casing.  In this example, I have used cotton quilt fabric by designer Joel Dewberry.  This fabric is from his Modern Meadow collection in the Pond Pallete.
This project will take from 1 to 2 hours depending on your skill level.  If you prepare the project a day ahead by cutting out the panels, you can definitely complete this in an hour!  Have fun.  You can get your DIY Sewing Pattern here at  AggieRay Designs.

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