Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Roman Shades

Okay, Divas! The next project is Roman Shades. Here's some pictures of how we hope they'll turn out:



Date: Tuesday, Sept. 16th
Time: 12:00 p.m.
Place: Provo @ Gram's

The pattern has been emailed to a few Divas, if you want it, let us know and we'll get it to you.

What you'll need:

*Note: The amounts of the supplies that you need depend on the size of shade that you are making. The following worksheets will help you make all the calculations. Print both pages then grab a pencil, measuring tape, calculator, and some chocolate and have fun!
  • Designer fabric
  • Thread to match designer fabric (invisible nylon thread will work great)
  • Lining fabric (Block-Out or heavy fabric).
  • Polyester Cord
  • Plastic Rings
  • Mounting board
  • Weight Rod
  • Screw Eyes (one for each cord)

Bring:
  • Sewing Machine with Zipper Foot
  • Scissors
  • Seam Ripper (hopefully you won't really need it)
  • Staple Gun
  • Fabric marking pen
  • Measuring Tape
  • Calculator


6 comments:

Beaner's Mama said...

i am a friens of Emily's....i have had fabric for 2 months and haven't dared to start my romans...could i get your directions too?
thanks!!!
melinda
jmsorenson3@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Hey, I just came across your website and I was wondering if you wouldn't mind emailing me the information on this? I know this may sound weird, since you don't know me, but I think this is awesome that you guys are doing this website! I'm always looking for projects to make, and I'd really love to be able to make these shades for my little boys room! my email is
dancingangelic@gmail.com
Thank you!
Jeri

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The Mommy said...

I am also interested in your roman shade pattern, if you don't mind sharing it.

I agree wholeheartedly with Jeri...your site is just wonderful. I'm so thankful that I came across it! What a bunch of fun, wonderful patterns and ideas you have here. I originally was looking for a toddler apron pattern, and yours is perfect for the Japanese fabric I just ordered. Thank you very much for all the hard work and effort that went into this site!

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