Both of these shades are jobs I did a long time ago. Like I said in my last post, most of what I've been doing lately is window treatments that need to be installed, which means I may or may not get pictures of them. The above shot is of Kim Kelly's kitchen window in her house in Coronado. Better Homes & Gardens shot her kitchen last year for an issue that will probably come out in June. This shade has an attached valance. (Since she moved to St. Simon's Island, I noticed that this shade is no longer up and mini blinds are in its place.)
This was done for a house in Highland Park, Illinois. It had a 1" banding around the sides and bottom and was not flat-stitched, which meant my client had to 'train' the folds into working properly. Now, unless it is a relaxed roman, I only do the flat-stitched because as soon as you pull it up the first time, it works perfectly. No training involved!