Header Style Match Rod Track

Consider Fullness to Determine Width

This example Rod length 80 inches

Hanging Header Style

Soft top

4-IN-1

• Versatile 4-in-1 construction: Hook Belt, Rod Pocket, Back Tab and Clip Ring.

• 3 inches rod pocket size.

• Hook belt metal pin hook in 3 inches. 6 pin hooks per 40 inches width. Hooks included.
• Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 3 1/8 inches.

• Measure length from the ring eyelet or top of the pole to bottom. Rod clip rings are not included.

• If rod length is 100 inches, multiply by 150-200% width for folds, then order 2 panels each 75-100 inches wide.

• It works for rods with rings, rod with clip rings and pole.

FLAT HOOKS

• Adjustable pin hooks 3 inches. 6 pin hooks per 40 inches width.

• Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 4 inches.

• Measure length from the eye ring to floor.

• If rod length is 100 inches, consider 150-200% fullness to order more width for folds, order 2 panels each 75-100 inches wide.

• It works for rod with rings.

TAB TOP

• Tab height 4 inches, 6 tabs per 40 inches.

• Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 3-1/8 inches.

• Curtain length is measured from the top of the pole to floor.

• If rod length is 100 inches, consider fullness 120-200% width for folds, order 2 panels each 60-100 inches wide.

• Velcro tab top allow to remove and install easily, and it is optional for outdoor curtains or room divider.

• It works for rod.

ROD POCKET

• Pocket 3 inches. Top flange is optional.

• Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 3-1/8 inches.

• If rod length is 100 inches, consider 150% width for fullness, folds, order 2 panels each 75 inches wide.

• It works for rod or rod with clip rings.

BACK TAB

• Tab height 4 inches. Pocket size 3 inches.

• 6 tabs per 40 in width, 8 tabs for 50 in width, 10 tabs for 72 in width, 12 tab for 84 in width, 15 tabs for 100 in width.

• Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 3-1/8 inches.

• If rod length is 100 inches, order 200% fullness width for folds, then order 2 panels each 100 inches wide.

• It works for rod or rod with clip rings.

Hanging Header Style

Pleated style

Pleats Space & Numbers for Various Width

• The width and space of pleats may vary slightly depending on your track or pole length. Normally pleats space apart 5.5 inches. Provided you have special certain pleats spacing requirement, please let us know for custom made specially, you need pay extra charge fee.

• Pleats pin hooks: 10 pleats for 50 in width, 13 pleats for 72 in width, 15 pleats for 84 in width, 19 pleats for 100 in width, 21 pleats for 110 in width, 23 pleats for 120 in width, 27 for 150 in width.

PINCH PLEAT

• Pinch pleats are more gathered than other headings and have permanent sewn-in pleats for a more luxurious look. It is also called Double Pleated.

• It works for the track, traverse rod, channel rod, and pole with rings.

Triple pleat is same as pinch pleat, and come with adjustable pin hooks.


Order Correct Width & Length

• Panel width is the width that pleats already set. 180% fabric width is used for pleats and folds to create finished width you order.
• Length is measured from the eyelet ring where the curtain hooks are attached to floor.
• If rod or track length is 100 inches, add possible overlap and gap privacy, then order 1 panel 100 inches width or 2 panels each 50 inches width.

Stacked Width

You might want window to show up completely when drapery is opened, in this case, you need consider stacked width to determine rod length. Normally stacking width account for 20% of drapery width.

Adjustable Pin Hook

• Adjustable pin hook has a ratchet system to make them adjustable within 3 inches for height. Pin hooks are included, but drapery rod rings are not included.

• Pin hook height 3.5 inches. Pleat depth 1 inch. White back tape width 3-1/8 inches. Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 3-1/8 inches.

TAILOR PLEAT

• Tailor pleats are more gathered than other headings and have permanent sewn-in pleats.

• Pleats space apart 5.5-6.5 inches.

• Pleats pin hooks quantity: 10 pleats for 50 in width, 13 pleats for 72 in width, 15 pleats for 84 in width, 19 pleats for 100 in width, 21 pleats for 110 in width, 23 pleats for 120 in width, 27 for 150 in width.

• Panel width is the width that pleats already set. 180% fabric width is used for pleats.

• Metal pin hooks are included.

• Length is measured from the eyelet ring where the curtain hooks are attached to floor.

• If rod or track length is 100 inches, then order 1 panel 100 inches width or 2 panels each 50 inches width.

• It works for the track, traverse rod, channel rod, and pole with rings.

TRIPLE TAILOR PLEAT

• Triple tailor pleats are more gathered than other headings and have permanent sewn-in pleats.

• Pleats space apart 5.5 inches.

• Pleats pin hooks quantity: 10 pleats for 50 in width, 13 pleats for 72 in width, 15 pleats for 84 in width, 19 pleats for 100 in width, 21 pleats for 110 in width, 23 pleats for 120 in width, 27 for 150 in width.

• Panel width is the width that pleats already set. 220% fabric width is used for pleats.

• Metal pin hooks are included.

• Length is measured from the eyelet ring where the curtain hooks are attached to floor.

• If rod or track length is 100 inches, then order 1 panel 100 inches width or 2 panels each 50 inches width.

• It works for the track, traverse rod, channel rod, and pole with rings.

GOBLET

• Goblet pleats are more gathered than other headings and have permanent sewn-in pleats.

• Pleats space apart 5.5 inches.

• Pleats pin hooks quantity: 10 pleats for 50 in width, 13 pleats for 72 in width, 15 pleats for 84 in width, 19 pleats for 100 in width, 21 pleats for 110 in width, 23 pleats for 120 in width, 27 for 150 in width.

• Panel width is the width that goblet pleats already are made. 200% fabric width is used for pleats. Metal pin hooks are included.

• Length is measured from the eyelet ring where the curtain hooks are attached to floor.

• If rod or track length is 100 inches, then order 1 panel 100 inches width or 2 panels each 50 inches width.

• It works for the track, traverse rod, channel rod, and pole with rings.

INVERTED BOX PLEAT

• It is formed by two equal folds of fabric folded toward one another so they meet at the center of the pleat on the front of the fabric. It is what a box pleat looks like from behind.

• Pleats space distance 5 inches.

• Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 3 1/8 inches.

• S-shaped pin hook included.

• Panel width is the width that pleats already set. 180% fabric width is used for pleats and folds to create 100% finished width you order.

• Measure length from the eye ring to the bottom. Rod rings are not included, which are purchased separately.

• 9 pleats for 50 in width, 13 pleats for 72 in width, 15 pleats for 84 in width, 19 pleats for 100 in width, 21 pleats for 110 in width, 23 pleats for 120 in width, 29 for 150 inwidth.

• If rod length is 100 inches, order 2 panels each 50 inches width.

• It works for rods with rings and track.

TAPE PLEAT

• 3 IN 1 construction, the back tab for rod, rod ring clip, and rod with ring eyelet.

•Panel width is the width that pleats already set. 180% fabric width is used for pleats and folds.

•Metal hooks inserted every 8 slots. Metal hook space distance 4 3/4 inches.

•Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 3 1/8 inches.

•It works for rods with rings, channel rod and track.

Back Construction

Back tab for rod, rod ring clip, and rod with ring eyelet.

Metal hooks inserted every 8 slots.

Determine Width & Length

9 pleats for 50 in width, 13 pleats for 72 in width, 15 pleats for 84 in width, 19 pleats for 100 in width, 21 pleats for 110 in width, 23 pleats for 120 in width, 29 for 150 inwidth.

If rod length is 100 inches, you need order 2 panels each panel 50 inches width.

GROMMET

• Inside diameter 1.6 inches, outside diameter 2.25 inches.

• 6 grommets for 42 in wide, 8 for 50 in, 10 for 72 in, 12 for 84 in, 14 for 100 in, 16 for 120 in, 22 for 150 in, 26 for 180 in.

• Side hem 1 inch, bottom hem 3-1/4 inches.

4 Grommet Colors

Antique bronze
Nickel
Black
Aluminum ( outdoor curtain for rustproof)

Determine Width & Measure Length

Order 150-200% of rod length for folds.

Length is measured from the top of the rod to where you want the curtain to finish.