I am a reasonably competent dress maker and have made roman blinds before. I wanted to make some blackout blinds and so was wondering whether or not it would be worth buying the video tutorial. I cannot tell you how pleased I am that I did! Your written instructions are good, but being able to watch (and re-watch where needed!) each step was invaluable. The blind I have made looks really professional, hangs beautifully and lets in very little light, which is just what I wanted. Thank you.
The stand that you use for stringing and testing the blinds is a very useful piece of equipment. Could you tell me where i could buy one from please.
It's a "Gorilla Lighting Stand"
Hi, Surely if you are stab stitching through all layers on the blind, there will be small holes in the blackout and light will show through all of these.
Yes, there will be pinpricks of light at the stab stitches (you have to join the layers together though so you cant avoid this). There will also be light seepage around the edges of the blind as well.