Roman blinds are an effective, stylish way to dress a window.
On this course you will learn the techniques required to make a Roman blind. On the course you will learn how to make a sample of a simple Roman blind using Roman blind tape, and the traditional way of making a Roman blinds, by making pockets for the dowels from the lining fabric.
For this course you will need to know how to use a sewing machine.
Please bring with you the following:-
Sewing machine in full working order with its instruction manual and all of it’s sewing machine feet.
Basic sewing kit to include dressmaking scissors, unpicker, bright coloured polycotton thread, pins, spare sewing machine needles, hand sewing needles, tailors chalk and a tape measure.
Please also bring with you a notepad and pen to make notes.
- 1 metre curtain fabric
- 1 metre of curtain lining
- 2 metres of white sew on loop Velcro
- 9 small plastic rings
- 2 metres of Roman blind tape
- 8 metres of Roman blind cord
Duration: 2 1/2 hours
Date: Wednesday 4th November 2015
Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Tutor: Nicola Morphew
Min: 4 people Max: 6 people
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