Make A Window Valance By Yourself For Your Interior Room Decor

In the previous article we have divided a little about window valance. As we have promised in the previous article that we will share with you tips on how to make a window valance by yourself for your interior room decor.

The first thing you should do is measure the width of your window. Make sure the right size. For a normal size window valance has a size about 15 inches deep. But you may not use more than the size if you have a wider window size. Window valance can be hung alone without any drapery or curtain panels. But there is also a valance that hangs directly on a rod. For a straight valance has a width at least equal to the distance between the ends of both sides of drapery. But make sure the perfect look 2 1/2 times the width of the window for medium weight to lightweight. And measure 3 to 4 times wider for thin fabrics.

Then add 2 inches wide on both sides of the valance for a seam. Then cut. Then measure 2 times the desired depth and then folded in half. Add about 2 inches for seams and cut. Measure the distance of 1 inch on each side and snap pin down the length of valance. Sewing seams on both sides with a sewing machine. If not use a sewing machine you can use iron-on tape or glue gun to seal the seams. Remove the pin from the window valance. Measure the distance of 1 inch on each side and snap pin down the length of valance. Sewing seams on both sides with a sewing machine. If not use a sewing machine you can use iron-on tape or glue gun to seal the seams. Remove the pin.

The fabric side that wedged be reversed facing down. Then you fold bottom the fabric upward the fabric so that the edges of the fabric meet. Measure hem 1 inch from the top and pin. Then sew it. Rotate the right side of the fabric out so that all the seams facing inwards.

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