How To Sew A Relaxed Roman Shade

How To Sew Relaxed Roman Shades E-Book

Learn How To Sew A Relaxed Roman Shade With Detailed Step-by- step Illustrated Instructions and Videos

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You’re about to discover detailed step by step illustrated instructions that will walk you through every step of the process of sewing a relaxed 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!

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How To Sew A Relaxed Roman ShadeYou will learn how to sew a standard relaxed roman shade… which is basically a flat roman shade that doesn’t have any interior lift cords… thus, creating a swag as it is raised. You will also learn how to sew a relaxed roman shade that has a center inverted box pleat. The extra fabric from the box pleat spills into the center creating a deep and luxurious swag… as seen to your left.

Designer Tip: If you want a relaxed roman shade for a narrow window, you’ll want to add the center box pleat… otherwise your roman shade won’t have enough fabric to swag.

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 relaxed 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 relaxed 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 relaxed roman shade?

How To Sew A Relaxed Roman Shade is only $9.97

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If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at jennytsews@gmail.com

Happy Sewing!

Jenny T.

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2 Comments on How To Sew A Relaxed Roman Shade

  1. gemma logan
    March 23, 2011 at 8:00 am (7 years ago)

    Hi Jenny,
    Great instructions on this! I’m a novice sewer and I have some questions. In the Ebook you said to pins the center pleat from the top to the bottom. When should I take out the pins? After the bottom and top hems are finished? Also, should I stitch the rings through all layers or just the lining? Thanks so much for your help!

    Gemma

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  2. gemma logan
    March 23, 2011 at 3:13 pm (7 years ago)

    One more question, do I have to use the weight rod even for the relaxed roman shade?

    Thanks!

    Gemma

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