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on: March 04, 2009 03:14:08 PM 
Started by christinem, Message by christinem
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One kitchen door/window faces West and gets very hot in the Summer. Planning ahead, I've made a curtain with blackout fabric underneath.



This is underneath, before the fabric went on.



In short, to make, cut blackout fabric to cover window.  Cut fabric same length and width plus one third.  Gather.  Attach.

For more lengthy instructions please see my blog.
 
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