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Published on September 7th, 2009 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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A rolling curtain panel





Michael finally gets rid of the temporary paper curtain panel with a merry combination of the Flyn Ofelia and Isdans roller blind. The Flyn Ofelia panel curtain is sewed on top of the Isdans blind. Not exactly simple to do as sewing it wrongly will get you wrinkles and bulges when you roll the curtain up.
Paper curtain has to go!

All pretty now!

See Michael’s rolling panel curtain instructions here.

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5 Responses to A rolling curtain panel

  1. Anonymous says:

    Looks beautiful!!!

  2. MyFuZZyButtZ says:

    Geez! How long did you live with that first shade, which didn’t even fit the window properly? Well, at least now you have a nice window covering, with no need to place a plant in front of it! Good Job!

  3. nice, simple & beautiful curtain

  4. Anonymous says:

    That looks way better than the ugly shade that was there before. Good job!

  5. Cheap Blinds says:

    Looking awesome!! This is the cool and easy way to cover a window.

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