Contributor biographical information for Window treatments idea book : design ideas, fabric & color, embellishing ready-made, measuring & installing, tips for instant style /cSue Sampson and Ellen DeLucia.

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Sue Sampson and Ellen DeLucia created the Home Dec In A Sec window treatment pattern line in 1989. Through a licensing agreement with McCall Pattern Company, they have sold more than 4 million patterns internationally. In addition, Sue and Ellen launched, an e-commerce site that sells their patterns as well as custom-made window treatments. has received national media attention with articles appearing in newspapers such as TheChicago Tribune, The New York Times, The Detroit Free Press, The Stamford Advocate, The Connecticut Post, and Arizona Daily Star. Prior to starting Home Dec In A Sec, Sue and Ellen founded Whimsical Windows, a custom sewing business. Sue and Ellen both live in Easton, Connecticut.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Window shades.
Windows in interior decoration.
Valances (Windows)