Pinwheel Window Valance is a Delightful Touch

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Patterns for a Matching Quilt, Shams and Bedskirt Included!

What a clever idea to use a quilt for a window valance! Choose fabrics that pick up colors in the room, or for a bedroom, create a matching quilt from the same fabrics.

We love the clever hanging tabs with button accents. They could easily be added to another pattern to adapt it into a window valance.

Pinwheels Valance Pattern, with Matching Quilt, Shams and Bedskirt

This free pattern by designer Fabric Mosaics comes with instructions for a matching quilt, shams and bedskirt.

Pinwheels Valance Pattern, with Matching Quilt, Shams and Bedskirt

Pinwheels Valance Pattern, with Matching Quilt, Shams and Bedskirt

If pinwheels aren’t your thing, take a look at articles about narrow table runners in our table toppers category. There are several options there that could work as a valance, although you may need to alter the length to fit the window.

Another idea is to string several of your favorite quilt blocks together until you achieve the correct length. Don’t forget to take into account the width of borders.

The finished “Pinwheels Valance” is 51″ x 16″ but you could easily add or delete pinwheels to make it fit your window.

Click here for the free “Pinwheels Valance” pattern.


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