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Old 03-17-2012, 03:12 PM   #1
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Frilly curtain topper has got to go!

Checked out the curtain toppers in our 23J today and was happy to find the frilly curtain toppers were just velcroed on. Took measurements and will make a flat contoured denim padded valance that can be put up in its place with Velcro. Pretty easy and will add a more personal touch with some other denim accessories I hope (fingers crossed) worst case, can just put originals back on I suppose
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Pics when you are done of course.
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I'm not into frilly either. Would like to see pics too.
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:hihi:No frills? LOL!
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Will post pics for sure!
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Hmmm... I was looking at mine too.....hate the frilly look....It doesn't sit quite right
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Please, please post pics. I love denim and would love how it can be used for home decor.
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:53 PM   #8
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The gold/yellow window topper in my 17Z was not frilly, but it had to go. I have a nice small green check pattern in its place.
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The gold/yellow window topper in my 17Z was not frilly, but it had to go. I have a nice small green check pattern in its place.
Did you do it yourself? was it easy? I have started on mine, but realized I did not check if the hook or the loop part of the Velcro was on the curtain part. I need to know before I go any further so if anyone can help me out on it that would be great. don't really want to drive the hour out and back right now
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Did you do it yourself? was it easy? I have started on mine, but realized I did not check if the hook or the loop part of the Velcro was on the curtain part. I need to know before I go any further so if anyone can help me out on it that would be great. don't really want to drive the hour out and back right now
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A friend of mine made them. I don't sew, so it was better that way. My camper is now an hour from home (I can check this weekend), but I think the "soft" side of the Velcro goes on the curtain and the "rough" side goes on the camper.
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