Choosing the right pinch pleat curtain

Choosing the right pinch pleat curtain

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Choosing the right pinch pleat curtain

If you are looking to sew fabric in a more elegant way, pinch pleat curtain style is the right way to go.  It adds more class and style to your home and bindings.  There are a wide range of pinch curtain options you can select.

Choosing the right pinch pleat curtain

Single options

This is equally known as one finger pleat or New York pleat curtain. It’s the cheapest pleat method as it requires only single folds to be attached on the fabric. At the end of the task, the curtain looks simple but sophisticated enough.

Inverted Pleat

This is a reversed sewing of the single pleat curtain. It’s also known as box pleat curtain as the pleats are placed behind the curtain. This creates an attractive fabric wall at the front of the curtain.

Double pinch pleat

Here, the sewing is in a similar pattern as the single pleat, but this time the fabric is set in two folds to achieve a more gorgeous and fuller design.

Triple Pinch Pleat

Triple pinch peat, or what is usually known as French pleat, is the most complex pleating style. As the name implies, it requires 3 folds as it produces luxurious and more elegant design.