Help me find!



I'm wanting these PB Bettina Drapes for my living room. Catch is, they are $179 a pair on ebay. Ew. So, can you help me find similiar ones? OR even better, FABRIC that matches?? I'd love you long time.

10 comments:

  1. Are you familiar with Amy Butler fabrics? She may have a similar pattern. I've made a couple sets of curtains from her fun, funky fabric!

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  2. yes I am, they arent what i'm looking for though, thanks

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  3. http://www.buyfabrics.com/c-17-floral-fabric.aspx
    this site has a lot of fabrics that are very simular-not sure if you can make them, but they would be sooo simple to make if you found the fabric you liked.
    http://www.stitchesseattle.com/
    stictches in seattle is a GREAT place to find fun fabrics-they are really helpful there too and will a lot of time find what you want.
    Hope you find it!!

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  4. http://www.housefabric.com/ProductDetail.asp?ProductID=36721
    Here is some others

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  5. Hey i found them on a few different sites now, but they are sold out everywhere. It's made by Braemore..and yes i sew all my curtains :) Thanks for the seattle site!

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  6. Check my site www.fillingspaces.com
    we have some cool prints!

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  7. I am also looking for the Bettina fabric or Bettina drapes cheaper. What sites did you find the fabric on?

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  8. I love that print too so good looking!

    Would also LOVE your support on the ELLE DECOR window I did for the Big Window Challenge this year with Apartment Therapy. Check it out at http://www.bigwindowchallenge com. As we all know, AT doesn’t make it easy, but you can vote TWICE a day, once online and the other by texting “1” to 89800.

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    Eddie

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  9. I'm not sure if they have it, but I normally have luck with Orien Textiles have cheaper prices and stock.

    At times though it takes a while for a response so I need to email mulitple times.

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  10. I bought the bettina shower curtain and cut it in half. Then sewed some fabric on the inside and bottom. If it was a regular sized window you wouldn't have to sew extra fabric. I did mine for my big front window.

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