Asked by: Rutilio Ghouzaliasked in category: General Last Updated: 11th January, 2020
How do you sew a scalloped edge Valance?
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Considering this, how do you make a scalloped valance?
The Top of the Valance
- Press under 5 1/2" on the top of the valance.
- Press under 1/2" on the raw edge.
- Pin the hem in place.
- Sew a straight line of stitching along the hem edge.
- Sew a second line of stitching, 3" from the top folded edge of the valance.
- Press well and hang.
Subsequently, question is, how do you make a Sheffield Valance? How to Make a Sheffield Valance
- Measure and mark the width of your window and add one inch for a hem on each side.
- Measure and mark for how long you want the valance to hang and add at least two inches for a hem.
- Cut the fabric according to your measurements and pin the pleats in place.
- Sew the top hem first and remove pins as you go.
Then, how do you sew a lining in a valance?
Fold 1/2 inch to the back of your valance on both sides and pin as you go and then iron the seam. This will be the short end of the fabric. Use a straight stitch to sew the seams. Repeat with the lining fabric.
What is a scalloped edge?
Scalloped is a term that is usually used to describe the rim edge or footed base of a plate, bowl, cup or other pieces of tableware. When considering China & Crystal Dinnerware there are many types of scalloped edges, the curves can be very small to large or some may be rounded while others have squared off scallops.