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How to Use Neckties As Curtain Tiebacks

Bring a dapper and dashing touch to window treatments with tiebacks made from patterned neckties.

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Insert Drapery

Gather drapery tightly, making it small enough in diameter to fit through the neck area of the Windsor knot, then slide drapery through opening.

Unfurl Velcro

Unfurl the soft and coarse spools of Velcro.

Cut Velcro

Use scissors to cut Velcro into strips approximately 3 inches in length.

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