How Fabric Glue on Vertical Blinds

Jun 25th

Vertical blinds are a window actually applied by large windows and patio doors. They offer privacy and light control room. Replacing the blinds can be a costly nuisance when you plan a remodel or update your decor. Use fabric to update the blinds to avoid replacing the blinds completely. Cover with vertical blinds fabric is a way to change your appearance to update or supplement new decor. Remove the individual shutters clips that keep on track.

Modern vertical blinds
Modern vertical blinds

Draw blinds to a large sheet of tissue or tracing paper with a pencil. Old paper gift or craft paper on a roll work if the blinds are longer than tracing paper or silk. Cut the drawn blindly with scissors. This will be your pattern. Trace twice for each blind that is hedged, to make front and rear. Cut the lines drawn over the fabric to cut each panel.

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Glue gun Heat a medium heat until the glue melts. Apply a drop of glue on the bottom of a blind and soften the corresponding edge of a piece of cloth over it. Align perfectly to match the edges. Apply drops of glue along the side edges to the top of the vertical blinds.