Curtains. Wednesday , June 07th , 2017 - 11:00:41 AM
4. Create a Hem Fold the edges on the wrong side of the fabric to create a hem and secure it with eyelet tape. You can also pin it, so that it remains in place. Stitch the edges in a uniform method, removing the pins as you go. If you are using a lightweight fabric that will remain secure with the eyelet tape, then sew only the top side, as it needs to be more secure.
Curtains or drapes on the rod, though traditional, are more useful and helpful in all aspects. They serve all the functions of other types of blinds. There are a variety of options available in case of material, colors as well as patterns. Curtains can be used in traditional, classical styled homes or also for the more modern ones. Another advantage of drapes and curtains is that you can sew and install them yourself at home. They are budget friendly as well as user-friendly in all aspects. Curtains and drapes are available in a wide price range, from $20 onwards for faux silk ones; $75 onwards for cotton ones; and $150 onwards for silk, taffeta and velvet curtains.
So let's take a look at one of the first decisions you'll make when picking out a new curtain rod: visible or invisible rods. And that requires a clarification: the invisible rods really aren't totally invisible. The mostly invisible rods are completely covered - invisible - only when the drapes or curtains are closed. When your curtains are open part of the rod is visible. In other words your curtain rod still needs to complement your decor whether it's mostly visible or mostly invisible.
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