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Learn from an expert
With handy hints, and tricks of the trade this is a must do course for anyone who wants to produce top quality Roman blinds. Over 20 easy to follow videos will guide you through the entire process of making a Roman Blind. The step-by-step approach means that by the end of this course you will be confident you can measure a window accurately, select and prepare fabrics, and stitch everything together to produce a top quality Roman blind at a fraction of the retail price.
Earn while you learn
If you've ever bought a top quality Roman blind then you'll know how expensive they are - even for a relatively small one. If you're looking to save money, or even make money, by making you're own top quality Roman blinds, then this course will show you how.
Over 20 clear instructional videos, accompanied by downloadable guides and checklists, will guide you through each step of the process in detail, explaining the tools and component parts required for each step. You will learn how to measure and cut the lining and face fabric and how to join them all together to make a beautiful Roman blind. You will understand how to work out the different flap sizes and finally how to finish off your blind ready for installation. This course will teach you how everything is prepared and assembled to meet current child safety legislation and the different options available. Go from enthusiastic amateur to professional Roman Blind maker. This course will teach you everything you need to know.
This is the introduction to making beautiful hand finished Roman Blinds by Linda Turner Interiors. Using clear easy to understand videos, this course will guide you through all the steps needed, and the tools and materials you'll need, to produce a top quality Roman blind at a fraction of the retail price.
Using easy to follow instructions, guides and a checklist, by the end of this lecture you will be able to assess and measure a window for a Roman blind to either fit inside or outside of the recess.
This lecture will show you everything you need to have to make your own Roman blind. Included are some useful tips and a checklist of additional items you may like to get which may prove helpful.
In this lecture you will learn how to layout and cut your fabric, lining and padding to the correct size required for your blind
In this lecture you will learn how to calculate the size, and number, of folds needed for your blind. You will also be able to calculate the number and position of the rod pockets.
This chapter will explain the steps required to prepare the lining and the rod pockets. All you need are some pins, and the lining.
This video will explain what size to cut your padding and how to layout and pin the face fabric and padding together ready for the next stage
This video will show you how to add a Buckram stiffener to the top of the blind and finish off the header.
In this lecture you will learn how to measure and attach Velcro (Hook & Loop tape) to the blind ready for the Headrail. You will also learn where to position the guide rings.
In this video you will learn how to hand sew the blind together - with some handy hints and tips along the way.
This video will explain how to attach the fabric and lining together without ugly machine lines showing across the blind
This video with teach you how to insert the fibre rods and close the rod pockets correctly
This video will explain how to attache the guide rings to the blind
This lecture will explain how to insert and secure the bottom bar to the blind
In this video lecture you will learn how to attache the headrail, and string the blind correctly
Interior Designer (Linda Turner Interiors)
As a specialist Interior Designer I have been delivering a personalised service direct to my clients in their own homes for over 20 years. I am passionate about understanding my clients requirements and spend time in getting to know them and their lifestyle requirements.
I first started over 30 years ago as a seamstress making children's clothes. During that time I learnt about fabrics as well as different sewing and machine skills required in the industry.
I developed a flair for interior design through my experience in designing and making curtains and soft furnishings for numerous properties. I love working with fabrics and coordinating colours schemes to help create a look and style my clients desire. My work includes project management of interior design schemes from bathrooms to bedrooms and from cushions to upholstery.
I have gained an in depth knowledge of different fabrics and how best to use them. The do's and don'ts when it comes to making curtains and blinds and tips and tricks to help along the way.
I have been running my own sucessful Interior Design business for over 20 years and during that time have built up knowledge and experience of the soft furnishing industry.