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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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Add Coarse Velcro to Wall

Use measuring tape and marker to mark wall at approximately 4 feet up from the floor. Next, remove coarse strip of Velcro from its adhesive backing and adhere directly to wall along mark.

Add Soft Velcro to Back of Tie

Remove soft strip of Velcro from its adhesive backing and adhere directly to back of tie.

Secure Tie to Wall

Secure drapery panel in place by pressing soft and coarse strips of Velcro together.

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