Roman blindsis a widely known type of curtains that is compact in size compared to a classic curtain, but looks very effective on a window. This article provides a detailed description of the Roman blinds manufacturing process Curtain size in finished form: height 1.52 m, width 1.15 m. To make a Roman curtain you will need the following materials and tools: 1. two types of fabric (top fabric - organza, lining fabric - veil), 2. sewing thread in the color of the fabric, 4 coils, 3. fiberglass inserts, 4 pcs., length 1.15m, 4. weighting agent, 1 pc., 1 14 m long, 5. sewing machine, 6. overlock, 7. iron, 8. Velcro soft, 1.15 m long, 9. cornice for Roman shades, to a height of 1, 52 m, and a width of 1.15 m. 10. plastic transparent rings, 12 pcs., 11. plastic plastic limit switches, 3 pieces. 12. safety pins, 13. chalk tailor, 14. glass beads on satin ribbon, 2.20 m. Before cutting, it is necessary to iron both fabrics very well so that they immediately give maximum shrinkage. Otherwise, if the fabrics "sit down" in the finished curtains,it will negatively affect its appearance and linear dimensions.The diagram shows the Roman curtain in finished form. In a cut, the curtain should be of this size: height - 1.60 m, width - 1.17 m.Align one longitudinal and one cross-section of both fabrics (in height and the width of the future curtains). It is better to do this by spreading the fabric on the floor (preferably on a carpeted floor so that it does not slide). text-align: center; ">Sew the chipped cuts on the overlock. Do not forget to remove the pins in the course of work so that they do not fall under the overlock knife. Pinned the processed sections into a stretch on the ironing table, iron and leave until they cool completely.
Mark the drawers on the front side of the curtain, and sweep both layers of fabric 5 mm from the drawstring line with hand stitches. This will help to avoid shifting the layers relative to each other in the process of laying lines. Lay the stitches on the drawstring. Delete the mash. Pull all the drawstrings in the same way as the seams.Press the upper cut of the curtains on the pins to the wrong side. Cut the seam allowance to 4 cm. Then, iron this seam allowance in half, pin in several places with pins, in order to avoid displacement of the fabric layers relative to each other due to the thickness.Stitch the glass beads on the tape with a zigzag stitch along the lower edge of the curtain (see the markup in photo 1).Cut 2 loops from the organza to catch the lower part of the curtain. The size of the loop in the cut is 40 * 18 cm. Fold the loop along in half, stitch along the cuts with a seam 1 cm wide, leaving a small hole in the longitudinal seam for turning. Turn the loop on the front side, iron. Mark the location of the hinges on the curtains. They will be located at a distance of 36 cm from the side seams.Stitch a loop on the wrong side of the curtains.Adjust the loop on the front side of the curtain by putting in 2 small folds. Sew on the ends and rings from the wrong side of the Roman curtain. The end pieces are sewn on the kuliska under the weighting agent, the rings - on the kulisks under the fiberglass inserts.The outer rings and limit switches are sewn at a distance of 8 cm from the side seam, and the central rings are sewn in the middle between them. Finish the finished curtain if necessary. Assemble the eaves for roman blinds. Hang it on the eaves, and attach the eaves to the ceiling or wall above the window.Roman Blind is ready!
>Adjust the soft velcro to the seam allowance of the curtain.Remove pins.
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