This would not necessarily work with every window type or casing style, but a DIY idea for those concerned about cleaning or permanent changes to their windows.
What an easy, inexpensive way to fancify a space! Wow — that is a really great idea, especially if you have really large front facing windows on your house. I think…LOL! Thank you for sharing this post! So, it follows that we remain interested in other cultures even after our great surge of immigrants years and years ago.
I am completely confident that American seamstresses know that a French seam is one which is sewn first wrong sides together, then right sides together to encase the seam allowance.
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I love this. This looks really nice!
Thanks so much for sharing. I wish I could hug you!
May have to try in my new condo when I move in next month. And I believe the confusion in this project is that French doors have the same general look to them. That should be less than even the tightest sliding windows.
I think this looks great, although it would probably be difficult to open my windows for a cool fall breeze…. I love the idea of using a little wood to inexpensively add character. Most of the examples you brought up are actually specific terms. I have taken the doors off and cut out the center for glass.
Looking to do this to my back of house windows by pool..