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Thread: French Braid Valance

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    Super Member NUTMEG10's Avatar
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    French Braid Valance

    I have just completed. 2 pictures show with light coming thru and the last picture is with the blind closed but colors seems faded. I still have 1 more panel to do as a tablerunner.
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    Doris

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    Awesome colors. I love the french braid - Nice job.

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    How pretty.........just a suggestion...get some muslin and back these. It will enable them to last longer and not fade so fast. The sun is brutal and you have the reflection off the snow. Your work will fade quickly with all of that brightness going on.
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    That is absolutely beautiful! I love it! Are those lined at all? I'm a stained glass fan and this is just gorgeous! Bookmark!

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    When the light hits that panel, it's awesome! Great job! Love stained glass! Yours is a winner!

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    Wow, really a beautiful choice of colors. Nice work.
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    Love it! What a great idea!
    Kathleen, a lass with a bit of the Irish in her blood and a whole lot of Irish in her heart

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    That is gorgeous!
    Is it hung by a sleeve sewn onto the backing or is the backing itself stitched with a 'tunnel' for the curtain rod to go through?
    Thanks for posting this; it'd add interest to any room, especially a sewing area.

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    That is beautiful. Looks like real stained glass.

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    Very Nice
    Sandy

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