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Measure for Perfect Drapery Tiebacks
Learn the rule of measurement for perfect tiebacks for curtains or draperies.
How to Sew a Curtain Tie Back - Sewing - About.com
Decide the width of your finished tiebacks. Double the width and add 1" for a seam allowance. Decide the length of the desired tieback. Cut the the length and  ...
Vintage Finds to Repurpose as Curtain Hardware
It costs far less than buying store-bought curtain rods, finials, rings, and tiebacks - - and you'll get a unique, custom look. To keep the look from becoming too ...
How to Sew a Basic Curtain Panel, Valance & Tie Back - Sewing
A simple basic curtain is a straight panel with a casing for the curtain rod. A valance dresses up the simplest curtains and tie backs, allow you to let light in but ...
Bed Linens Decorate the Bathroom - Sewing - About.com
The pillow case had a ruffle and was trimmed with lace. By removing the seams, it became a window treatment. Simple craft ribbon became tie backs.
Simple Swagged Canopy - Interior Decorating - About.com
Measure from the floor on one side of the bed, up and over the tiebacks and the center pipe, then back down to the floor. Make sure the string makes a graceful ...
10 Ways to Display Vintage and Antique Costume Jewelry
-6 . Beaded Drapery Tiebacks. For fixed curtains and draperies that don't draw open and closed, add tiebacks made from beaded bracelets and necklaces for a  ...
How to Dress up Draperies and Curtains - Flea Markets & Yard Sales
Scatter buttons randomly across the entire curtain surface for an fun overall look. If you're using fabric tiebacks, you could even cover the entire tieback surface ...
Drapery Hardware- Dress Up Your Windows With Fashionable ...
About 20 years ago, someone realized that draperies could be enhanced and beautified with interesting rods, rings, and tiebacks. The window covering industry ...
No Sew Curtains - How-to Videos - About.com
For this project you will need: old linen, sheets, or tablecloths; decorative curtain rods with clip on hooks; ropes, ribbon, garland, or lace decorative tie backs ...
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