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November 06, 2009

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Katie

Many months ago I somehow stubbled on to your blog...and have been hooked ever since. I am amazed every single time I see a new post and creation...you are truly talented. Thank you for posting all of the tutorials, since I am not much of a (good) crafter I can't wait to make something from your blog! Thank you!!

Anne

Great tutorial! I linked to it on Craft Gossip Sewing:
http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-custom-window-valances/2009/11/07/

--Anne

Rachel

Wow, this is fantastic! And I love all the variations. Thanks so much for this, I'll be linking.

Natalie

WOW!! Thank you so much for all of your information and the pictures are so helpful!! This is the best website I have come across that is informative, detailed and very picturesque which makes it so much more helpful!! I am going to use your information because it seems a lot more helpful when I make my curtains throughout my house!! Thank you, thank you!!

Your curtains that you made were all so beautiful! Well done!!

Natalie

By the way the music is so beautiful and relaxing as I am reading all of the details on how to put my curtains together...beautiful website!!

Crystelle

You are sooooooooooooo marvelous! I can't get over it!!!
Thanks so much for sharing!

Yasmin

Siempre he querido hacer una de estas cenefas para mi cocina y no sabía como se hacía la parte de la madera a la pared.
Gracias,
Yasmin

shelley

De nada, Yasmin! Estoy feliz que usted puede usar la information aqui.

Kisha

Where did you find that beautifyl red & white Damask(?). It would be perfect for my half bathroom.

shelley

Kisha, I bought from Fabric.com, it's made by Premier Prints, the name is Amsterdam. You'll love it in person - it's printed on a nubby, textured linen-look, home dec weight fabric that is just perfect for these valances. Happy sewing!

Kisha

Thank you, Thank you!!! I can't wait to order & ATTEMPT to make these curtains.

Robin

Love your blog! I am trying to put up this valance in my kitchen window, and I was wondering how you mounted the wood strip on an inside mount? Can you just screw up through the wood into the window frame, or do you still need some sort of bracket?

shelley

Robin, sorry for the delay in getting back to you - yes, I just drove a couple of screws up into the window frame. Good luck!

Rene Lee

Love this ! Your background music is beautiful :)

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