This is the standard curtain heading, which gives a simple, classic, elegant appearance.
Folds are gathered up closely together by pulling cords on the heading tape. These can be used on curtain poles or tracks.
This is a classic heading, but conveys a more relaxed, understated appearance than the pencil pleat.
The gathered pleat works on the same principle of pulling a cord on a heading tape.
This has a more formal look than the gathered or pencil pleat, althougth the curtain itself will fall into soft uniform folds. These curtains are made to fit a particular window size, and can only be used for the window it has been made up for. I make these using a bucram stiffened heading which defines the pleats. These can only be used with poles.
This gives a more relaxed, less formal appearance than the Triple Pleat, but is similarly made up with two rather than three pleats.
The Goblet pleat has a heading which looks similar to a glass goblet, and has a rather grand luxurious appearance.
This gives a modern, contemporary, neat appearance. They hang at the sides of the window and are ideal where you do not want to evade light.
I can offer you a choice of chrome, nickel or brass eyelets.
These can only be used on a pole.
This is an informal, relaxed simple style heading.
Loops of fabric are stitched to the top of the curtain. These can only be used on a pole but please note these are not as easy as other headings to open and close.