Mother-of-3, Business Woman Shows How Anyone Can Easily Sew Pinch Pleated Drapes in Suprising New Book for Beginners

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Jennifer Thoden writes a step-by-step manual for sewing pinch pleated drapes that anyone can understand. "I wanted to offer to sewers a resource that I wish I had when sewing my pleated drapes," Thoden explains.

Jennifer Thoden had wasted enough time and money on confusing pleated drape instructions to write a book. “It's designed to help do-it-yourselfers like me save hours of frustrations and expensive mistakes,” Thoden says about her new book, “How To Make Pleated Drapes” (from Jennifer Thoden, 8112 Grand Junction Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76179).

After being quoted over a $1000 for one set of pinch pleated drapes for her living room, Thoden decided to sew them herself. “I must’ve bought 6 different how-to books to figure out how to make my pleated drapes. No one should have to piece multiple articles together to figure out how to sew their window treatments,” explains Thoden. She goes on to add that it is too easy to make expensive mistakes when using confusing resources.

“I wanted to make sure that absolutely no one went through all the frustrations I did. So, I decided to write a step-by-step manual that anyone can understand. I wanted to offer to sewers a resource that I wish I had when sewing my pleated drapes. This e-book gives the ultimate beginner sewer the confidence to sew the pleated drapes they've always wanted. And when they're all done, their drapes will look exactly as if a professional had sewn them. What a thrill!” Thoden goes on to explain that “How To Make Pleated Drapes” is also a great resource for the professional workroom.

Jennifer Thoden, mother-of-3 and business woman, offers “How To Make Pleated Drapes” as an e-book at the web site http://www.easy-pleated-curtains.com. Visitors can instantly download the e-book from the web site and be reading it within 5 minutes. This is the fourth in a series of how-to titles, to help beginners to professionals sew professional quality window treatments.

Jennifer Thoden is a self-employed stay-at-home mom. She expresses her love of sewing and desire to help sewers be successful in her first e-book “How To Make Roman Shades” at http://www.sewing-roman-shades.com in early 2002. Since then she has gone on to write and publish “How To Make Window Valances” at http://www.window-valance-patterns.com and “How To Make Balloon Shades” at http://www.sewing-balloon-shades.com. In addition to the published titles, Thoden runs an online retail shop where sewers will discover hard-to-find roman shade hardware and other sewing supplies. You can find this online shop at http://www.roman-shades-shop.com.

“How To Make Pleated Drapes” by Jennifer Thoden, is available from http://www.easy-pleated-curtains.com. The 103 page e-book shows a reader exactly how to make 5 different pinch pleated drapes from design to installation with dozens of illustrations and photographs. It offers tips and techniques to help the absolute beginner be successful at making professional quality pinch pleated drapes.

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Jennifer Thoden

Jennifer@easy-pleated-curtains.com

Phone: 817-236-3306

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