Roman Blind Kit Large for blind up to 200cm wide

£ 23.00

This is a 200cm roman blind kit for a traditional roman blind, with all accessories included. You will also need (not included) fabric, lining, roman blind tape if using, rods & batten. See “additional information” below for full contents of the roman blind kit.

Size: Large

50 in stock (can be backordered)

50 in stock

Width (cm)

200

A blind accessories kit containing all the sundries you'll need to make a roman blind up to 200cm wide. This DIY roman blind kit includes all the blind sundries to make a medium traditional roman blind at home.

What's in the kit?

This large roman blind kit contains all of the blind sundries needed to make a roman blind of up to 200cm wide and 160cm drop. This is based on making a roman blind with 6 strings and up to 6 rods. Contents of the pack:
  • Velcro - 2 metres of stick on velcro for the batten and sew on velcro for the blind
  • Blind eyes to fix into the batten - 6
  • Roman blind cord - 30 mtrs
  • Cleat & fixings - nickel (silver colour)
  • Acorn - wooden
  • Blind rings - 32 (inc 2 spare)
  • Blind safety devices - 6

What else will I need?

In addition to the DIY roman blind kit you will need the following (not included) to complete your traditional roman blind:
  • Curtain weight fabric
  • Your choice of curtain lining and interlining if desired - remember to add extra for the rod pockets unless you are using roman blind tape
  • Matching thread
  • Roman blind tape, if using
  • Wooden or fibreglass rods - most builders' merchants stock wooden dowels which are ideal
  • Wooden battens - top batten to fix above the window if none in place; bottom batten to insert into the bottom edge of the roman blind if desired, this is not essential.

How much fabric will I need?

A few  of our curtain fabrics are wide enough to make a 2 metre roman blind (use the special features filter "extra wide", so you will just need to buy enough show fabric (the front) and lining fabric for the length of the blind plus turnings. In most cases for a large blind you will need to join widths of fabric. We recommend using a full width of fabric as a centre panel and joining strips of the same or a contrasting fabric on the side. You will then need 2 x the blind plus turnings, and if you are joining patterned fabric you need to account for the pattern repeat. Some fabrics can also be used sideways if there is no pattern issue. This means you only need to buy sufficient for the width of the blind plus side turns, as long as the fabric is wide enough for the blind plus turnings.

Other roman blind resources

We have some helpful tutorials on our site, including how to measure for a roman blind, how to install a top batten for a roman blind and how to hang your finished roman blind. If you prefer to use a roman blind cassette rather than traditional fixing please contact us.

A blind accessories kit containing all the sundries you’ll need to make a roman blind up to 200cm wide. This DIY roman blind kit includes all the blind sundries to make a medium traditional roman blind at home.

What’s in the kit?

This large roman blind kit contains all of the blind sundries needed to make a roman blind of up to 200cm wide and 160cm drop. This is based on making a roman blind with 6 strings and up to 6 rods.

Contents of the pack:

  • Velcro – 2 metres of stick on velcro for the batten and sew on velcro for the blind
  • Blind eyes to fix into the batten – 6
  • Roman blind cord – 30 mtrs
  • Cleat & fixings – nickel (silver colour)
  • Acorn – wooden
  • Blind rings – 32 (inc 2 spare)
  • Blind safety devices – 6

What else will I need?

In addition to the DIY roman blind kit you will need the following (not included) to complete your traditional roman blind:

  • Curtain weight fabric
  • Your choice of curtain lining and interlining if desired – remember to add extra for the rod pockets unless you are using roman blind tape
  • Matching thread
  • Roman blind tape, if using
  • Wooden or fibreglass rods – most builders’ merchants stock wooden dowels which are ideal
  • Wooden battens – top batten to fix above the window if none in place; bottom batten to insert into the bottom edge of the roman blind if desired, this is not essential.

How much fabric will I need?

A few  of our curtain fabrics are wide enough to make a 2 metre roman blind (use the special features filter “extra wide”, so you will just need to buy enough show fabric (the front) and lining fabric for the length of the blind plus turnings. In most cases for a large blind you will need to join widths of fabric. We recommend using a full width of fabric as a centre panel and joining strips of the same or a contrasting fabric on the side. You will then need 2 x the blind plus turnings, and if you are joining patterned fabric you need to account for the pattern repeat. Some fabrics can also be used sideways if there is no pattern issue. This means you only need to buy sufficient for the width of the blind plus side turns, as long as the fabric is wide enough for the blind plus turnings.

Other roman blind resources

We have some helpful tutorials on our site, including how to measure for a roman blind, how to install a top batten for a roman blind and how to hang your finished roman blind.

If you prefer to use a roman blind cassette rather than traditional fixing please contact us.

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