How to Make a No Sew Roman Shade<br />Child Safe Cordless Roman Shades<br />
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Supply List<br />Supplies <br />Home Dec Fabric 54” wide<br />Drapery Lining<br />Draper...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Measuring for Inside Mounted Roman Shade<br />Inside mount<br />Across top<br />Across m...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Measuring for Outside Mounted Roman Shade<br />With outside shade mount you can allow 2”...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Estimating the Fabric<br />Estimating Face Shade Fabric  (front side of shade)<br /><ul>...
length + 5” double fold hem and allowance to cover board
Hems can be 3” to 6” depending on the shade</li></ul>Example:  Shade width 40”  Shade length 50”<br /><ul><li> Width 40” +...
 Length 50” + 10”hem + 4” board cover = 64”</li></ul>Fabric cut size would be 43”x62”<br />Lining width is cut 41”  2” les...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Matching Fabric When Shade is Wider Than 54”<br />Split second width equally<br />on bot...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Depend on the length of the shade you can change the fold length.  Normal folds are 4”-8...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Making the Shade<br />In the photos we are making a lined shade, without interlining.<br...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Paula a student at Home Fashions U<br />Is cutting her lining and face fabric<br />
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Measuring a 11/2” side hem on the face fabric using a fabric folding pen<br />The fabric...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Creating a 1” fold line on the lining fabric<br />
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />You can see the lining lays ½ inch in side the face fabric<br /><ul><li> Face Fabric has...
 Lining as 1” fold</li></li></ul><li>http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />With wrong sides of face fabric and lining together...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />If making a cordless shade you would now use the <br />Sealah Tape to tape the two layer...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Using ribs inside of your shade will control the fabric when lifting.<br />Rib Line<br />
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />After Marking the Rib Lines, turn your lining fabric over with wrong side up.  <br />Now...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Now we have the ribs inserted and with wrong sides <br />Together it is time to attach t...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Once again when finishing the hem fold the corners in<br />and adhere in place with Seal...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Now sew the white rings<br />On to the shade.<br />Ring spacing 8-12” apart<br />Use Bra...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Cover the mounting board with face fabric for outside mounts,<br />you can use lining fo...
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />Roman Shade Supplies <br />http://HomeFashionsU-store.com<br />
http://HomeFashionsU.com    <br />New Lift System For Window Shades Engineered to Protect Children’s Lives<br />“A state-o...
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How To Make a NO Sew Roman Shade

  1. 1. How to Make a No Sew Roman Shade<br />Child Safe Cordless Roman Shades<br />
  2. 2. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Supply List<br />Supplies <br />Home Dec Fabric 54” wide<br />Drapery Lining<br />Drapery Interlining (creates a 350 R Value) <br />Mounting Board<br />Velcro<br />Brass Rings<br />UV White Rings<br />Items below are not needed when<br />making a cordless shade<br />Rib Tape<br />Shade Ribs<br />Cord Idlers or screw eyes<br />Cord Lock<br />Shade Cord<br />Cord Condenser<br />Tools<br />Iron<br />Ruler<br />Disappearing Pen<br />Fabric Folding Pen<br />Painters Blue Tape<br />Staple Gun<br />Double sided Sealah Tape<br />
  3. 3. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Measuring for Inside Mounted Roman Shade<br />Inside mount<br />Across top<br />Across middle<br />Across bottom <br />Outside mount<br />Use your smallest measurement<br />for the width of your shade<br />Length from top to bottom<br />
  4. 4. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Measuring for Outside Mounted Roman Shade<br />With outside shade mount you can allow 2” beyond the frame<br /> on both sides of the window casing<br />The height is normally about<br />4 inches above the window and <br />down to the bottom window sill<br />
  5. 5. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Estimating the Fabric<br />Estimating Face Shade Fabric (front side of shade)<br /><ul><li>width + 3”
  6. 6. length + 5” double fold hem and allowance to cover board
  7. 7. Hems can be 3” to 6” depending on the shade</li></ul>Example: Shade width 40” Shade length 50”<br /><ul><li> Width 40” +3”= 43”
  8. 8. Length 50” + 10”hem + 4” board cover = 64”</li></ul>Fabric cut size would be 43”x62”<br />Lining width is cut 41” 2” less than the face fabric<br />Lining length is 64”<br />Interlining is cut finished shade size 40”x50”<br />
  9. 9. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Matching Fabric When Shade is Wider Than 54”<br />Split second width equally<br />on both side of center fabric <br />Center cut<br />1 – 54” width of fabric<br />27”<br />27”<br />When needing only a few more inches for the width<br />you might need to cut the center cut a little smaller<br />so you shade will look balanced <br />
  10. 10. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Depend on the length of the shade you can change the fold length. Normal folds are 4”-8” space or 5”-10” space<br />
  11. 11. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Making the Shade<br />In the photos we are making a lined shade, without interlining.<br />If you do not have a grid surface you can use a contractors square <br />and tape an outline to create a true square. <br />When your fabric is square your shade will hang straight<br />
  12. 12. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Paula a student at Home Fashions U<br />Is cutting her lining and face fabric<br />
  13. 13. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Measuring a 11/2” side hem on the face fabric using a fabric folding pen<br />The fabric folding pen creates a fold line in the fabric for easy folding and ironing<br />
  14. 14. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Creating a 1” fold line on the lining fabric<br />
  15. 15. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />You can see the lining lays ½ inch in side the face fabric<br /><ul><li> Face Fabric has 1 ½” fold
  16. 16. Lining as 1” fold</li></li></ul><li>http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />With wrong sides of face fabric and lining together<br />you can begin to fold the hem in place at the <br />bottom of the shade.<br />
  17. 17. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />If making a cordless shade you would now use the <br />Sealah Tape to tape the two layers together and tape. <br />The hem in place, leaving a opening for the weight bar<br />at the bottom of the shade. Sealah Tape<br />Notice the hem is folded at an angle on the inside, <br />this prevents it from showing any raw edges<br />
  18. 18. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Using ribs inside of your shade will control the fabric when lifting.<br />Rib Line<br />
  19. 19. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />After Marking the Rib Lines, turn your lining fabric over with wrong side up. <br />Now you can iron on the rib tape which has iron on adhesive on the edges of the tape. <br />This will allow you to slide the plastic ribs into the fabric opening<br />
  20. 20. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Now we have the ribs inserted and with wrong sides <br />Together it is time to attach the lining and face fabric<br />with Sealah Tape<br />
  21. 21. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Once again when finishing the hem fold the corners in<br />and adhere in place with Sealah Tape<br />
  22. 22. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Now sew the white rings<br />On to the shade.<br />Ring spacing 8-12” apart<br />Use Brass Rings on the bottom<br />
  23. 23. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Cover the mounting board with face fabric for outside mounts,<br />you can use lining for inside mounts.<br />Staple or Velcro the shade to the mounting board and add<br />the cords locks and cords or use a Safe T Shade Lift System<br />
  24. 24. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Roman Shade Supplies <br />http://HomeFashionsU-store.com<br />
  25. 25. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />New Lift System For Window Shades Engineered to Protect Children’s Lives<br />“A state-of-the-art cordless shade.”-Inez Tenenbaum, Chairman of the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.<br />In the wake of nationwide alarm over child injuries and deaths caused by standard corded window coverings, a major custom window fashions manufacturer, has introduced a dramatic innovation in lift and operating systems that completely eliminates hazardous cords in Roman, woven wood, screen and roller shades.<br />Safe-T-Shade™ is a patent-pending, industry-first design that enables all styles of shades to function smoothly and freely without the entangling lift cords, control cords and unsightly rings currently in use.<br />
  26. 26. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Safe T Shades<br />3-6 ft Custom Finished Heavy Duty Spring Roller Lift System<br />4 Different sizes and weights for several shade styles<br />Maximum shade size 72" wide by 70" long and weighing up to 15 lbs. Minimum projection 2 1/2".<br />This Shade System is completely assembled to the mounting board.<br />You need to attach your shade to the board, install the battens and J guides to the back of your shade.<br />Complete Instructions included and view the instructional videos at Home Fashions U<br />
  27. 27. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Safe T Shade<br />The Safe T Shade includes roller tube, battens, J guides and energy efficient solar screen backing material cut to width up to 6 t. The 1 3/4" diameter roller tube is assembled with lift sheet attached to mounting board that has been cut to customer's specified width.<br />Please include width and length so we can provide the correct supplies<br />Outside Mount or Inside Mount – Safe T Shade will take a ½ inch deduction of the with on inside mount shades.<br />Watch the Videos<br />
  28. 28. http://HomeFashionsU.com <br />Thank you for watching this presentation<br />How To Make No Sew Roman Shades<br />10% off next order at our online store <br />Code: RS2011<br />Questions? Call or write Claudia<br />623-878-7350<br />homefashionsu@gmail.com<br />Home of Sewing Supplies and Tools<br />

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