Rod Pocket


Our most popular top is the simple rod pocket. Curtains may be lined or unlined. Our rod pocket is 1 1/2 inches deep and can accommodate a rod of up to 1" in diameter. If you need a deeper rod pocket, please let us know.


Tabs are a good finish for lined or unlined curtains. By eliminating some bulk on the curtain rod, they enable you to open your curtains more than a simple rod pocket. Tabs are 3/4" wide and 1 1/2" face length & are spaced approximately 6" apart. Tabs are available in widths of

1/2" and 1 1/2" on request at no extra charge. Of course, we do custom tabs in any width or length.

NEW!!! Tabs are now available in leather with the same widths and lengths. Colors are warm dark brown, taupe (matches natural linen, oatmeal, & stone) and off-white (matches oyster).


Rings eliminate the most bulk on the rod and are the best choice to clear your curtains well off your windows for maximum light. All our hardware have rings available to fit the rods. We space rings approximately 6" apart and we will also sew your own rings on for you.


Single, one inch deep, 3" long pinch-pleats will control fullness for even less bulk on rods. This treatment is recommended for velvet or any double fullness ring finish. Please note, these soft pleats are done without stiff pleater tape - they are nothing like the stiff pleats seen in formal draperies!


We use two hems for our curtains. Our most popular hem is the Pin Stitch which uses a wing needle and darning thread to catch the folded hem and pull together vertical threads along a drawn thread line. The Pin Stitch by itself is often decoration enough for windows. Pin Stitched curtains should not be lined. We also can use a plain invisible machine hem stitch for both bottom and side finishes.


Simple self-fabric tiebacks are another alternative for clearing the curtains of the window for more light. They hook to a tiny cup hook that screws in to the molding. 1 1/2 " wide x 12" long

Pleated Top

Back to Catalog Contents