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What stage of making a roman blind are you at? Do you want to measure, buy, cut and sew together your roman blind?
Or are your looking for advice on attaching the fabric part of your roman blind to the headrail.
Roman blinds are made up of fabric, header rails and rods. These rods need to be spaced at the right intervals to ensure you get the proper look with your roman blind.
For narrow windows it is very unlikely you would need to put a join in your fabric. However for windows over 1 metre it may be necessary to add a join. ...
If you want a roman blind that will block out light and insulate your home in winter then you will probably opt for a lined roman blind. On the other hand if your blind is for decoration and to finish the look of your window, then an unlined blind might be more appropriate.
There are two main types of headrail 1) Cassette and 2) Aluminium Corded. The advice to attach a roman blind slightly varies depending on which headrail type you have.