How to Measure for Pinch Pleated Drapes?

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Measuring windows for pinch pleated drapes will involve taking actual measurements and then adding the additional fabric length, based on the depth of the pleats. On average, you will need double to triple the amount of the fabric compared to the actual length of the window.
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To measure for a pinch pleated drape you will need to gather all the materials for measuring first. Next make a quick sketch of the window and the surrounding wall.
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1. Measure across the top of an existing pinch-pleated drapery panel to get the width. On existing pinch-pleated draperies, this measurement will account for the extra fabric consumed
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You can make pinch pleat drapes easily with the help of a special pleating tape that is sold in fabric stores. You stitch the tape to the top of the fabric then secure the fabric
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To make a pinch pleated drape you need a length of material to start. To make the pleats simply 'pinch' the material at the top (in a group of three pleats) and sew in place. Continue
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Drapes and curtains of any kind can be found in home decoration stores, home improvement stores, or other various stores locally. Home Depot may stock curtains. Other places where
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