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Old September 21st 08, 09:07 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
Marilyn
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I have had a couple of people into my quilt store looking for the book
that was featured in a quilt magazine not to long ago on how to make
quilted, insulated shades for the windows. They function much like a
roman shade but are a bit different. If you have the magazine the
pattern or book was feature in, I'd like to know the title of the book
so I could order it for my customers. I can't seem to find it online
based on what I remember it looking like when one other customer
brought it into the shop.

Thanks in advance.

Marilyn
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Old September 21st 08, 09:24 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
jeanne-nzlstar*
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Marilyn,
check Google Images for 'book, fabric window shades'.
the results show a couple of books that might be the right one.
hth,
j.



"Marilyn" wrote...
I have had a couple of people into my quilt store looking for the book
that was featured in a quilt magazine not to long ago on how to make
quilted, insulated shades for the windows. They function much like a
roman shade but are a bit different. If you have the magazine the
pattern or book was feature in, I'd like to know the title of the book
so I could order it for my customers. I can't seem to find it online
based on what I remember it looking like when one other customer
brought it into the shop.

Thanks in advance.

Marilyn



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Old September 21st 08, 09:47 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
jeanne-nzlstar*
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Default Insulated Window Treatments

or this page on amazon might jog your memory.
http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&inde...0shades&page=1
j.

"Marilyn" wrote...
I have had a couple of people into my quilt store looking for the book
that was featured in a quilt magazine not to long ago on how to make
quilted, insulated shades for the windows. They function much like a
roman shade but are a bit different. If you have the magazine the
pattern or book was feature in, I'd like to know the title of the book
so I could order it for my customers. I can't seem to find it online
based on what I remember it looking like when one other customer
brought it into the shop.

Thanks in advance.

Marilyn



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Old September 21st 08, 10:18 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
jennellh
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Default Insulated Window Treatments

I used the google quilt pattern search engine and came up with this
link: http://www.warmcompany.com/wwpage.html which has pdf free
instructions. jennellh

On Sep 21, 4:07*pm, Marilyn wrote:
I have had a couple of people into my quilt store looking for the book
that was featured in a quilt magazine not to long ago on how to make
quilted, insulated shades for the windows. *They function much like a
roman shade but are a bit different. *If you have the magazine the
pattern or book was feature in, I'd like to know the title of the book
so I could order it for my customers. I can't seem to find it online
based on what I remember it looking like when one other customer
brought it into the shop.

Thanks in advance.

Marilyn


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Old September 22nd 08, 12:32 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
Marilyn
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Default Insulated Window Treatments

Thank you. The Shades of Comfort Book is the one I was looking for.
I'll pass that on to my customer.

Marilyn

On Sep 21, 5:18*pm, jennellh wrote:
I used the google quilt pattern search engine and came up with this
link: *http://www.warmcompany.com/wwpage.htmlwhich has pdf free
instructions. *jennellh

On Sep 21, 4:07*pm, Marilyn wrote:

I have had a couple of people into my quilt store looking for the book
that was featured in a quilt magazine not to long ago on how to make
quilted, insulated shades for the windows. *They function much like a
roman shade but are a bit different. *If you have the magazine the
pattern or book was feature in, I'd like to know the title of the book
so I could order it for my customers. I can't seem to find it online
based on what I remember it looking like when one other customer
brought it into the shop.


Thanks in advance.


Marilyn


 




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