Just Blinds E-book

Blinds have a number of design benefits to consider when choosing a window treatment. They can be used when there is no space available at the sides of a window. They can be used inside or outside the window recess. They are more economical on fabric than curtains. They can be used in conjunction with curtains and top treatments to give a layered effect. There are 3 basic styles of blind: Simple styles include Hook Up, Roller, Reefed and Tie Up blinds. Roman styles include Bottom Up, Fantail and Hobbled blinds. Elaborate gathered styles include Austrian, Balloon, Cascade, Festoon and London blinds. Where there are different size windows in a room, blinds can be used to treat the smaller windows while using the same fabric to dress the larger windows with curtains. The Fantail Roman Blind shown to the right could be in pride of place in your home soon.

CAN YOU DO IT: YES YOU CAN

The step by step soft furnishing instructions are easy to follow and are accompanied by colour diagrams. They have even been tested on people with very limited sewing experinece. All the sewing instructions are interactively linked to the included sewing guide, so no searching for "How To's".

E-Book at a Glance

  • 150 Pages.
  • 214 Colour Diagrams/Illustrations/Photographs.
  • 27 Blinds Projects including 3 styles of Roller Blind and 11 styles of Roman Blind.
  • Sewing Guide to teach you all the basics and more.

E-Book in Depth

Blinds section:

  • Austrian blinds.
  • Balloon blinds.
  • Bottom up Roman blinds.
  • Bound edge Roman blinds.
  • Butterfly Roman blinds.
  • Cascade blinds.
  • Corsican blinds.
  • Eyelet blinds.
  • Fantail Roman blinds.
  • Festoon blinds.
  • Hobbled Roman blinds.
  • Hook Up blinds.
  • London blinds.
  • Plain Roller blinds.
  • Plain Roman Blind.
  • Pointed Roman blinds.
  • Reefed blinds.
  • Relaxed Fantail blinds.
  • Relaxed Roman blinds.
  • Relaxed Tie Up blinds.
  • Rolled Tie Up blinds.
  • Scalloped Roller blinds.
  • Shaped Roller blinds.
  • Staggered Roman blinds.
  • Tailored Fantail blinds.
  • Turreted Bottom Roman blinds.
  • Waterfall Roman blinds.

Sewing Guide section:

  • Adding curtain weights.
  • Applique. (3 types)
  • Binding and piping.
  • Cord tidy bag.
  • Covering buttons.
  • Curved hems.
  • Frills. (7 types)
  • Inserting a zip.
  • Matching patterned fabric.
  • Mitring a border.
  • Mitring a hem.
  • Quilting.
  • Seams.
  • Stitches. (14 types)

Just Blinds E-book

The step by step soft furnishing instructions are easy to follow and are accompanied by colour diagrams. They have even been tested on people with ...

£7.99
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