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    Believe it or not these items are made from the same fabric. The colour of the bedcover is more accurate.

    I had fun applying the 'wiggly' trim to the interlined roman blind to accentuate the pattern on the fabric and to tie it in to the bullion fringe on the bedcover.

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    Re: Bedroom/office bedcover and roman blind

    Wow Jules that throw is gorgeous. What interlining do u use?
    Regards
    Mairi

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    • #3
      Re: Bedroom/office bedcover and roman blind

      Just perfect Jules, the bed throw and cushion is so neat , and the blind really lovely. I never would have thought about adding the wiggily cord on the bottom.
      I would be proud to have done any one of these.
      Bev

      The Window Dresser

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      • #4
        Re: Bedroom/office bedcover and roman blind

        Beautiful work! I love the wiggly trim - adds a really nice note of humour!

        The bed throw is gorgeous too - did you use bump or domette for the interlining? I was wondering about using sarille - would it make it washable? I've got two cats who don't wipe their feet when they come in from the garden so it would need to be machine washable to be worth me spending the time making one for myself.

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        • #5
          Re: Bedroom/office bedcover and roman blind

          Hi ladies,

          Thanks for being lovely! I've decided 'I LOVE POSTING PICS'.

          I used poly wadding to give it a little 'bounce' and stab stitched through the layers to keep everything in place so it can be cleaned with no worries. It's for an office/guest room for a young couple so I didn't want it to be too boring!

          When you order from Evans they tell you the potential shrinkage of their interlinings. Might be worth a look.. but I have never had any probs with the wadding.

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          • #6
            Re: Bedroom/office bedcover and roman blind

            Jules

            You have done a wonderful job, they both look splendid - I usually use wadding and interlock it all together, but stab stitching is probably a better idea.

            Well done Kathy
            K W Designs
            Bournemouth

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            • #7
              Re: Bedroom/office bedcover and roman blind

              Brilliant!
              Kindest Regards,
              Karen

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              • #8
                Re: Bedroom/office bedcover and roman blind

                These are lovely Jules....especially love the wiggly trim!
                Jane

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