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Renew Existing Window Shades

I wanted to change the shades on my dining room light to match my decor. Shades (I have 5) are very expensive and the choices are not great. I made a pattern with newspaper, transferred the pattern to fabric, added iron on interfacing for stability, used fabric glue at the seams, and glued a decorative braid at the top and bottom edges. I pop these on over the existing shades and change them whenever I want.


By Gena from Elkview, WV


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December 16, 20100 found this helpful

I do not understand what you did. Could be me and sorry if it is, but, I need a picture please?

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