The beauty of a Roman Blind lies in its simple, tailored appearance. When raised, the pleated folds lie nearly on top of each other, resembling a soft, layered pelmet. When let down, the blind lies flat and uncluttered.
The secret to Roman blinds is knowing how to calculate the measurements so that the blind draws up evenly. The lining is very important as all the work is done on this rather than the blind fabric.
In this workshop, you will be taken through the steps one by one and you will sew the lining and first then attach it to the blind fabric. You will be shown how to then complete the attachments.
Please note that this will be sample lined Roman blind, which you will then have the skills to transfer to projects in the future with your own fabrics etc.
What you will learn:
How to use a set of measurements to prepare a piece of fabric and lining for the blind
How to attach a strip of Velcro tape
Sew channels for dowelling rods
Dress the blind
What you will need:
The fabrics for this workshop will be provided and you will take away the main fabric and attached lining as well as instructions to make the blind to your own measurements at home.
Sewing machine in good working order
Please note we try to calculate how long a workshop will be and plan to finish each garment in the allocated time but this isn’t always possible. If you are unable to finish in the workshop time we will make sure you are confident to complete your garment at home.
We need a minimum of 5 people for this workshop to go ahead. If this number isn’t reached by one week before the class, we will be contacting you with an alternative date. If you are unable to re-schedule we offer a full refund.
Why not see if a friend wants to join you and get 10% off both your workshops when booked together?