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Curtain Headings

Double Pinch Pleat

Double Pinch Pleat

Double pinch pleats far outrank all other heading styles in popularity. A double pleat consists of two shallow folds of fabric tacked at the base, repeated at intervals across the entire panel.


Triple Pinch Pleat

Triple Pinch Pleat

Triple pinch pleats are the same as Double pleats except the pleat consists of three folds.


Goblet Pleats

Goblet Pleats

Goblet Pleats - Similar to pinch pleats, except having the top edge padded and pushed out in a goblet type of shape.


Pencil Pleat Heading

Pencil Pleat

Pencil Pleats are the simplest curtain heading for daily use. They are perfect for use on curtains behind a pelmet. We use multi-pocket tape, which gives you three hook positions and therefore some flexibility for the finished curtain length.


Inverted Pleat Heading

Inverted Pleat (Reverse Pleat)

Reverse pleat - is a pleat where the fabric is folded and sewn on the back rather than the front. When the curtain is drawn the pleats form a flat surface on the heading of the curtains.


Wave Pleat

Wave Pleat (S Fold)

Wave pleat (also known as “s fold”) is a modern look for curtains. Its ripple-like folds create an astonishingly soft look, which gives your window a homey, stylish appearance.


Eyelet Heading

Eyelet Heading

Eyelet Heading - Round metal rings are "punched" into the top of the curtain allowing it to be threaded onto a pole. A variety of finishes are available.


Tabtop Heading

Tabtop Heading

Tab Top curtains can be made with less fullness, but we do not recommend them for curtains that are frequently closed or wide windows, as the Tab Tops do not run freely along the pole.


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