Window Treatments: Drapery, Draperies, Rod Pockets & Tab Tops

Rod Pocket Draperies panels The Encyclopedia of Window Fashions, 1992

  • 2 panels measuring 50″ wide each and 84″ in length including the header
  • 2 times fullness
  • 4″ double bottom hems
  • Covered weights in corners
  • All patterns should be matched
  • Rod pocket: 1 ” or 2 “
  • Header: 1″ or 2″
  • *** OPTIONS: Header or rod pocket sleeve contrast fabric, double header in contrast fabric, remove header, add ruffle to bottom (pleated or gathered)

Sheers
  • 2 pieces for window 36″ wide x 84″ length including the header
  • 3 times fullness
  • 4″ double bottom hems
  • Covered weights in corners
  • Rod pocket: 1 ” or 2 “
  • Header: 1″ or 2″

Tab Top Draperies tabtop Virginia Quilting
  • 2 panels measuring 36″ wide each and 84″ in length including tabs
  • 2 times fullness
  • Tabs should be 12″ apart
  • Tabs: 2″ wide x 4″ length (one side, from top of rod to top of panel, 8″ total length)
  • 4″ double hems, 1 ” double side hems
  • Covered weights in corners
  • All patterns should be matched
  • Recommend: 3″ space between bottom of pole and top of panel.
  • Recommend: mount pole level with top of standard molding. Smaller rod will lengthen total treatment.
  • Recommend: top of panel should cover top of glass slightly up onto moulding.

Tab Top with Swag The Encyclopedia of Window Fashions, 1992
  • 2 panels measuring 50″ wide each and 84″ in length including rings
  • 2 times fullness
  • Rings are 12″ apart
  • 4″ double hems, 1 ” double side hems
  • Covered weights in corners
  • All patterns should be matched
  • Swags are brought to corners
  • Panels are created to be kept stationary
  • Swag attached to panels
  • Recommend: mount pole level with top of standard molding. Smaller rod will lengthen total treatment.
  • Recommend: top of panel should cover top of glass slightly up onto molding.

Tab Top with Valance The Encyclopedia of Window Fashions, 1992
  • 2 panels measuring 36″ wide each and 84″ in length including tabs
  • 2 times fullness
  • Tabs are 12″ apart
  • Tabs: 2″ wide x 4″ length (one side, from top of rod to top of panel, 8″ total length)
  • Lined in white or off-white 100% cotton
  • 4″ double hems, 1 ” double side hems
  • Covered weights in corners
  • All patterns are matched
  • Valance attached to panels
  • Recommend: 3″ space between bottom of pole and top of panel.
  • Recommend: mount pole level with top of standard moulding. Smaller rod will lengthen total treatment.
  • Recommend: top of panel should cover top of glass slightly up onto moulding.
  • *** OPTIONS: Unlined, tabs in contrast fabric, valance in contrast fabric.
  • Dry clean only

Tie Top The Encyclopedia of Window Fashions, 1992
  • 2 panels measuring 36″ wide each and 80″ in length NOT including ties
  • 2 times fullness
  • Ties are 12″ apart
  • Ties: ” wide x 12″ length (one tie is 12″ on one side, 12″ on the other side)
  • Recommend: fabric no heavier than sailcloth when tying
  • Lined in white or off-white 100% cotton
  • 4″ double hems, 1 ” double side hems
  • Covered weights in seams and corners
  • All patterns are matched
  • Recommend: 3″ space between bottom of pole and top of panel.
  • Recommend: mount pole level with top of standard moulding. Smaller rod will lengthen total treatment.
  • Recommend: top of panel should cover top of glass slightly up onto moulding.
  • Recommend: fabric no heavier than sailcloth when tying.
  • *** OPTIONS: Unlined, ties in contrast fabric
  • Dry clean only

 

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