Determine how long you want the swag to hang

A popular method nowadays is to decorate a room according to a theme; haphazard décor displays just doesn't cut it anymore. Rustic-inspired furnishings usually feature warm colors and tend towards practicality and comfort. It should be noted that in many cases only a single pillowcase is provided with the twin set of sheets.

Stitch along this line to create your ruffle and your rod pocket. Add an additional 2" - 4" if you want a ruffle at the top. Be sure to hang on the proper side so that when you put it up the right side is showing. Hem both top and bottom by rolling 1", folding in half, and stitching near the Velvet Fabric Manufacturers fold. Stitch along this line to create your rod pocket. Make a circle with this diameter. These directions may seem harder than they actually are, but with an hour or two and some matching and coordinating sheets, you can decorate an entire bedroom.

Dust Ruffle Take a plain sheet and lay it over your box springs. Voila. Sew multiple widths together, right sides facing each other. When you piece together patterns, try to match up the patterns between pieces. If your sheet is 54" wide but you want a swag that's 100" wide, you'll need to essentially cut two widths. Simply cut one width of the sheet about 24" - 48" tall - depending on how much fullness you want - whatever is left to hang on the sides will have to do.

Cut the fusible interfacing the same width shade. From the top seam, line pins 1" - 2" down from the top.Want a custom, coordinated look that is inexpensive? Use bedsheets. You'll probably want two panels. Buy a shade the proper width for your window. Round Table Cover Make a circle wide enough to cover the table down to the floor. Measure the dimensions. Leave half of one side for a square or rectangle pillow or 1/6 of the circumference of a round pillow open. A gathered valance is easy. Measure from the floor on one side of the table, across the center of the table to floor on the other side.

Turn inside out. Put your curtain on the rod and hang. Determine how long you want the swag to hang down the sides, then double this measurement. Cut any extra widths as needed. Measure your window width. Add it to your width measurement. Hang the swag over a pole or in swag holders

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