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Old 10-23-2015, 05:16 PM   #1
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What's inside my back window

I made these dragonfly lace curtains for our Casita. Three sets, which are perfect for the windows of our 21's dinette.
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Old 10-23-2015, 05:52 PM   #2
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Old 10-23-2015, 06:17 PM   #3
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Oh ....that is just so pretty !!
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They are so pretty--how did you hang them?
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very cool!
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Those are sooo you Mary! You described the curtains to me at the NOG, but seeing them, they're perfect.
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They are so pretty--how did you hang them?
I took the valences down and whip stitched them to the backs. The curtains were already gathered onto a casing that I had used for a rod to pass through in the Casita. So it wasn't a big project to retro fit to the Escape. Luckily they were the right size, although I guess RV windows are RV windows.
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Those are sooo you Mary! You described the curtains to me at the NOG, but seeing them, they're perfect.
Thanks, D. I still don't know what kind of bride would want dragonflies on her wedding veil.
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No valences in our trailer--it's too old....but thanks!
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Thank you Mary - it looks beautiful. I'm intending to do some kind of curtain for our trailer too. Hadn't thought about a lace like that but might need to reconsider now!
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