How To Make Flat Roman Shades – Video and Ebook


Learn How To Sew Flat Roman Shades With Detailed Step-by- step Illustrated Instructions and Videos

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You’re about to discover detailed step by step illustrated instructions PLUS step by step videos that will walk you through every step of the process of sewing a flat roman shade. From measuring your window to installing your roman shade… you’ll know *exactly* what to do.

And the best part? You can get started sewing your roman shade right now!

Buy How To Sew Flat Roman Shades E-Book NOW!

How To Sew Flat Roman Shades E-Book is a PDF file available for immediate download. You can read your PDF in Adobe Acrobat Reader (which is free).
How To Sew A Flat Roman ShadeYou will learn how to sew a flat roman shade… which is basically a flat hemmed fabric that pleats up neatly when raised.

You’ll discover…

  • A complete supply list with photos and descriptions
  • How to measure so that you’ll know exactly how much fabric to purchase
  • How to install your relaxed roman shade as an inside mount or outside mount (inside or outside the window frame)
  • How to install your flat roman shade on a board or on a curtain rod
  • How to cut your fabric and lining (Yes! These instructions are for a lined roman shade!)
  • Learn how to cut and sew your fabric for an extra wide roman shade
  • Want to be able to raise and lower your roman shades? No problem! I show you how to install a cord lock to easily raise and lower your shade. OR you can simply make a flat roman shade that is pleated and stays as a roman shade valance.
  • Follow easy step by step instructions to sew your fabric and lining… sew on the shade rings… and install your roman shade onto your window. Easy!

Are you ready to start sewing your flat roman shade?

How To Sew Flat Roman Shades is only $9.97

Buy How To Sew A Flat Roman Shade E-Book NOW!

When you purchase the e-book, you will also receive a link to all of the video tutorials that SHOW you all the steps detailed in the e-book!

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at

Happy Sewing!

Jenny T.


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11 Comments on How To Make Flat Roman Shades – Video and Ebook

  1. Clair Sullivan
    August 15, 2009 at 8:44 am (8 years ago)

    Hi, Jenny. Love your e-book and videos! Quick question…I have sewn everything for my flat roman shades and am getting ready to mount it to the dust board and the wall for an inside mount. In your videos you describe some brackets for doing this with an inside mount, but I haven’t yet found anything that shows more specifically what these brackets are or how to mount to them. Am I missing it? Thanks in advance!

    • Jenny T.
      August 15, 2009 at 9:26 am (8 years ago)

      I have a video that shows me installing a dust board with the L-Brackets (or angle brackets)

      These “brackets” are L shaped and have 2 holes on each end. When you install them on the wall or window frame they create a ledge where you can place your board on. The video shows all!

      Hope this helps

      Jenny T.

  2. Kristin Morris
    October 10, 2009 at 10:13 pm (8 years ago)

    Hello Jenny. Thank you for putting together such an easy to understand video learning program. As a visual learner it is priceless to me! I am a uber beginner and need further instruction on how to actually sew on the rings. Do I hand sew them on? Do I sew through both the lining and the facing or just the lining? I appreciate any information on this (most likely) simple procedure! Thanks! Kristin

  3. Michelle Mathy
    October 11, 2009 at 8:30 pm (8 years ago)

    Jenny, Thank you for this wonderful information. I am about to start my first Roman Shades. I have one question. I need to make them for my french doors. Any suggestions on how to install the Roman Shades on a door?


  4. zak lundsten
    October 18, 2009 at 3:15 pm (8 years ago)

    Where the directions to making a flat roman shade WITHOUT a lining? I’m not seeing them anywhere.

  5. Carla Krafka
    October 25, 2009 at 10:11 pm (8 years ago)

    Do you have any suggestions for what to do with the cord that hangs from behind the flat roman shade?

  6. Amy Weems
    October 26, 2009 at 6:28 pm (8 years ago)

    is there any reason why i can’t use the tape with the rings already sewn on rather than individually sewing on each ring?

    • Jenny T.
      October 29, 2009 at 12:51 pm (8 years ago)

      You can definetly use the roman shade tape. My method with the individual rings is the more professional result, but lots of people use the tape. The only thing I don’t like about the tape is how it’s sewn on. You have to sew your tape through all layers of fabric, so that means you have much more stitching showing on the front of your roman shade. And this may not be desireable.

      You could sew the tape to the lining first, but you must tack at each ring once you sew on the fabric… to attach the fabric to the rings. If you don’t, then the fabric will simply sag forward and not pleat, since nothing is holding it to the lining.

      Roman shade ring tape is great for relaxed roman shades where you only need to stitch up the shade on the sides… and it’s also ideal for london shades, because any stitching is hidden within the box pleats.

      And you have to use the tape when making hobbled roman shades… but that’s a very different style.

  7. Earlene Calo
    November 4, 2009 at 11:12 am (8 years ago)

    Jenny, I purchased your e-book on Sewing Roman Shades last year and stored it on my computer. First of all, let me say it was the best, most comprehensive, user-friendly instructions I have seen to date. Unfortunately, I stored it on my computer and have since had a major meltdown. It was not backed up and I have lost it, along with EVERYTHING else. Is there any way I could get a second download, or do I need to purchase it again? I liked the shades I made for the livingroom so much that I’m now going to make them for several other rooms. Thanks for your help.


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