How To Make A Slatted Roman Shade – Video and E-Book

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Learn how to make a slatted roman shade with detailed step by step illustrated instructions PLUS a complete video tutorial series. These instructions are an exclusive Jenny T. “pattern” and yours to enjoy!

First, open and save and print the e-book. (you don’t have to print it)

Then read each chapter and watch the corresponding video!

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4 Comments on How To Make A Slatted Roman Shade – Video and E-Book

  1. Sewmarm
    July 1, 2009 at 8:10 am (9 years ago)

    These are so elegant and practical. Thanks!

    August 9, 2009 at 12:38 pm (8 years ago)

    this was well put together easy to understand and i love that you could replay over and over, I have made slatted shades before but the casings were at the front not the back continue the good work you are doing

  3. Mary Rooney
    September 14, 2009 at 3:47 pm (8 years ago)

    There seems to problem with opening Chapter 6 video/recording?? Saying I have no authorization? However have had no problems with your other chapters so far….

  4. Mary Rooney
    September 29, 2009 at 3:32 pm (8 years ago)

    Finally after finishing watching your video. Very good indeed. Makes all look so simple. Now just need to try and find what window would need a Roman shed if I am to make!

    Just 3 questions:
    1. Is it always just one cord/string that goes though the smaller hole in the cord lock? i.e the outer cord? And if for example you had 4/5 other cords, they would ALL go through the bigger hole?
    2. Is there any chance of showing (or providing me instructions on) how one attaches shed/dust board to inside window? (I am quite an amateur with all this!)
    3. Is it much different to make a roller blind? I presently have roller blinds, and even though would love to change the material on it, I don’t want to go to trouble of taking out screws etc from wall. Would love if could use the same appliances I currently have to which a roller blind attaches…

    Thanks for tutorial. Much enjoyed!


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