The classic pencil pleat curtain design takes its name from the way the pleats resemble pencils standing in a row. This style suits all curtain tracking types and fitting them is easy. ... Pencil pleats are a popular choice of curtain style, with their classic tailored look and a variety of choices.
Double pinch pleats are a little more contemporary than triple pleats, stack more efficiently and work beautifully with the sleek lines of the stainless steel passing ring system pole
Pinch pleat curtains are a highly decorative heading, drawing together lots of fabric into a tightly gathered and stitched bunch at the top. The permanently sewn-in pleats make for a smart finish, with elegant folds flowing from top to bottom. You can have pinch pleat curtains with either a pole or a track.
In theory all poles can be used for eyelet curtains, however they do tend to glide more smoothly and are more popular on a metal curtain pole. You can purchase some curtain poles specifically for eyelet curtains and rings are not supplied.
If you want your curtains to look luxurious and regal, opt for a pinch pleat heading. They are much more decorative than pencil pleat headers and are fuller so instantly draw the eye. With pinch pleats headings, the pleats themselves are hand-sewn and are fitted with hooks so are in a fixed, gathered position.
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