Add a decorative band of fabric to ready-made drapes for a custom look.Janell Beals, Isabella & Max Rooms
Select a fabric to coordinate with ready-made drapery panels and gather remaining materials.
Draw a straight line along bottom edge of fabric using temporary fabric pen. Cut along line.
Measure up from bottom edge of fabric 10 inches and mark at one-foot intervals along width of fabric.
Draw a line connecting mark using temporary fabric pen and yardstick.
Cut along line, creating one trim panel length. Cut one trim panel for each 50-inch drapery panel.
Turn edges under one inch along panel top and bottom and press with iron.
Insert fusible bonding web under top and bottom hems. Press with iron to secure hems in place.
Position trim panel along bottom of drapery panel. Measure to ensure trim panel is lined up evenly from bottom edge of drape. Place fusible bonding web under trim panel bottom edge and press with iron to secure trim to drape.
Insert fusible bonding web under top edge of trim panel and press in place to secure trim to drape.
Wrap trim panel around to backside of drapery panel, insert fusible bonding web under trim panel and press with iron.