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  • Jules
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    Oh, I'm glad. I'm not v. good at explaining in words!

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  • sophie
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    Thank you, it makes sense to me now!

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  • Jules
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    Hi Sophie.
    Not Philip here, but what I think we did, correct me if i'm wrong philip, was to turn up our hem, iron then unfold again. Then, take out a slender triangle of the fabric the allow all the layers to lie better when the hem is turned up again. Same at the top....

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  • sophie
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    Hi Philip
    Can you explain that again, I have the brain gone missing time. Where do you cut

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  • Jules
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    I did this too, for the first time a couple of weeks ago. Made everything lie much flatter! Thought I was cheating but it does the trick.

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  • Schuhby
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    Top & Bottom Turnings - Roman Blinds

    I've recently started to cut a small "V" out of the fabric at the top and bottom of the side turnings on my roman blinds. I fine this reduces bulk and makes cripser turnings.. The "V" is cut directly on the crease.

    Philip
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