A beautiful home is something we all strive for but it can be so expensive to change key parts of rooms like soft furnishings! However, if you know how to make roman blinds and curtains yourself, you’ll have a different window dressing for every season! Halloween Roman blinds anyone?!
Soft furnishings can be the making of a stylish home. Once you can make your own blinds and curtains you’ll wonder why you waited so long to learn - they are SO satisfying to make AND much cheaper than getting them made bespoke!
Our Roman Blind and Curtain Classes are perfect for those who have a bit of sewing experience already as it’s a level 2 class.
Roman Blind - This class last 6 hours and by the end you will have a finished blind! We help you with the measuring and working out how much fabric you need which is almost as tricky as making the blind! The maximum sized roman blind we can make in class is 142cm wide. A materials list will be sent upon booking.
Curtain Class - This 5 hour class takes you through the 2 main types of curtain(eyelet and pencil pleat). We will make 2 little mock curtains in class. You’ll learn u how to insert a professional lining and how to work with the different header tapes. We’ve crammed loads of learning outcomes into one day so you can leave the class feeling like a curtain expert! You’ll be dying to get home and get making the real deal! A materials list will be sent upon booking.
Both classes include use of our sewing machines, equipment and some of the blind/curtain components. Anything else you need to bring will be in the booking email.
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Roman Blind Classes cost £85pp
Curtain Classes cost £65pp
Top 3 Roman Blind and Curtain Class FAQs
Q. Can I make a real curtain in the class instead of mock curtains?
A. The reason we don’t do full sized curtains in the class is because a lot of curtain making involves measuring and sewing in straight lines(time consuming straight lines) so we’d rather teach you lots of different techniques in the one day so you can go away and use them all to make your own curtains at home. If you would like to make real curtains we can do this with you on a private tuition basis, just drop us an email! email@example.com
Q. What kind of fabric should I buy for the roman blind?
A. You’ll need a standard curtain lining and the outer fabric can be any non stretch upholstery fabric. If you buy from a shop you should be able to chat it through with the staff, if you’re buying online you can give us a shout! firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. Why does my blind have to be 142cm or less?
A. This is because this is the maximum sized blind you can have without using more than one width of fabric, so basically it’s much easier when you are just learning to make a smaller blind, trust us!