After painting our master bedroom a warm gray and adding white crown moulding, I started the hunt for window treatments. Roman shades were out because of the window depth, as were any treatments that left the top edge exposed. I went through all the usual online sources and failed to find anything hubs and I could agree on. So on to DIY. I must have looked at hundreds of fabric samples before stumbling onto a link that took me to Amazon. For fabric by the yard. Who knew? The prices are great, the seplace as intuitive as finding anything else on the site and the shipping nominal. Although by the time the Great Compromise of 2012 was over none of these fabrics were left on the table, they’re still share-worthy. 1 Dwell Studio Bella Citrine, 2 href=”http://www.amazon.com/Butler-Midwest-Modern-Martini-Mustard/dp/B0015RDPYA/ref=pd_sim_sbs_ac_8″target=blank”>Amy Butler Midwest Modern, 3 href=”http://www.amazon.com/Wide-Waverly-Small-Blackbird-Fabric/dp/B003DW8T7S/ref=sr_1_10?s=arts-crafts&ie=UTF8&qid=1328472299&sr=1-10″target=blank”>Waverly Blackbird, 4 href=”http://www.amazon.com/Wide-Thomas-Dahlia-Aegean-Fabric/dp/B006K5B7S8/ref=sr_1_48?s=arts-crafts&ie=UTF8&qid=1328472433&sr=1-48″target=blank”> Thomas Paul Dahlia in Aegean. The prices range from $8.98 a yard for the Amy Butler (2) to $28.98 a yard for the Thomas Paul (4). Here’s hoping you find one on Amazon you love. With over 27,000 to choose from, the odds are with you.