Curtains and Blinds

Curtains and Blinds

Contempory Ideas for Simple Window Treatments

Book - 2002
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Choosing curtains for your home can be a daunting task. Which fabrics will create the look you want? What shape or style will suit your space? This book offers plenty of inspiration, plus step-bystep projects to tempt rather than to terrify. Soft-furnishings guru Lucinda Ganderton and style writer Ali Watkinson present a fresh and contemporary approach to window treatments. They guide you through choosing a style to suit the proportions of your room and windows, selecting fabrics and patterns, and all the practicalities of different headings and finishes. Projects include a window panel with appliqud shapes; a stylish no-sew curtain made from a sheet; and, using just a few easy-to-follow sewing techniques, a handpleated unlined curtain and a traditional roman blind.* Step-by-step instructions on making and customizing window treatments with illuminating photography by Polly Eltes.
Publisher: London : Ryland Peters & Small, c2002
ISBN: 9781841723280
Branch Call Number: 746.94 GAN 2002
Characteristics: 143 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Watkinson, Ali


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