Curtains. Monday , December 19th , 2016 - 09:00:40 AM
Sewing Curtains - A DIY Project Working with curtains demands imagination and skills to work hand in hand in order to realize trend setting designs. Think out-of-the-box and create patterns that look unique, and your 'very own'. Binding applique designs with your swish curtains could ice-break your imagination streak, adding elegance to your space. When you have the principle idea of designing your curtains the applique way, you need to think no more, right? Wrong! Your work, actually starts from now on. Skimming through patterns, designs, fabrics and the type of stitch that would suit your curtains need your attention now. Try working with applique patterns, freshly out of your head, rather than with patterns, that could be borrowed from a home decor manual. However, for you to kick-start your curtain applique project, I deliver some patterns that may suit your taste, and your curtains.
When buying readymade curtains there are certain thing you need to think about, firstly, about which room they are for. The bedroom need thicker, heavier curtains to block out light, whereas the living room and the kitchen can have lighter, more decorative curtains. Lined curtains can be perfect for the bedroom, as these will make sure that your room is darkened when curtains are drawn.
Prima facie, wooden blinds are quite easy to clean; only make sure you do not clean or wash them with water. Instead, you can use lemon oil for this purpose, or just vacuum and dust them. Amongst other things, use a feather duster or a damp cloth dipped in a made-for-wood cleaner to clean wooden blinds. While cleaning, open them one way and clean them, and then open them facing the other way to clean the other side. This will ensure that you have cleaned both the sides.
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