Since moving into our home almost a year ago, I’ve been wanting to install a valance at the kitchen window.Â The window is almost 90″ wide, so I envisioned creating a treatment that was unique, yet one that didn’t compromise the entering light.
I chose a cotton material that has a WHITE background with taupe accents; It has a casual look and complements my taupe-colored, silk dining room draperies.Â Not handy on a sewing machine (like me)? Stitch Witch is your answer…create anything using this fusible tape and your iron! Depending on the fabric, this project could cost less than $20.
- 3 yds of fabric (my window is 89″ wide & I used about 2.5 yards ) = $3.99/yd = $11.97
- Stitch Witch fusible tape (heavy duty) = $3 +/-
- Ribbon (18 feet long ~ I used 4 feet) = $3.99
- 1 x 2 wood strip = $2.99
- ‘L’ Brackets = $3 +/-
- Screws (I already had)
- Iron (hopefully you already have this)
Remove the pins.
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