Step 1: To Start
Tools & Supplies
- A piece of fabric large enough to cover the window (add an inch on the sides and top and 3 inches to the bottom for hemming)
- Sewing machine
- sharpie or marking pen of your choice
- Ribbon (optional)
- Hot glue gun
Step 2: Cut Out Your Fabric
Step 3: Hem Your Cloth
Step 4: Mark Were You Will Attach the Cloth to the Blind
If your blind is longer than your window you can tie up the extra so that it doesn't extend past your fabric.
Step 5: Attach the Top
Cut slits for the rod that adjusts the angle of the slats and the cord that raises and lowers the blinds.
Using the thread and needle hand finish these slits to keep the fabric from fraying.
Step 6: Attach the Fabric to the Blinds Chords
Step 7: Notes
2. I let the bottom of my cloth hang free if you want it attached then I recommend gluing it to the bottom bar and make sure you tie up any extra length of blind or it could tear the fabric.
3. The blinds carry the weight so your attachments just need to be strong enough to holdup the fabric.