The lace curtains allow you to pull the little or much, as you want. They allow you to close completely the curtains or pull them in elegant folds that let in light without dividing curtain and revealing the rod center. They are useful for curtains too wide ties. The seams of the case show the front of the curtain fabric, but that’s ok if you close rarely. They work in a bedroom where the curtains are usually closed only when the lights are low.
Hang the curtains. Mark the desired line loop with pins. Started by a line from the midpoint of the outer edge to a point less than 1 foot (30 cm) on the opposite edge.
Verifies the effect of the tie draped curtain with a chain along the line of pins. You may have to fix the chain in place. Adjusts the position of the pins until you’re happy with how it looks.
Lower the curtains and marks the path of the string at the back of the curtains with pins. Use a stick to make sure the line is straight pins.
Twill tape pins positioned 2 inches (5 cm) wide along the line of pins at the back of the curtains. Fold a little less than 1/2 inch (1.25 cm) from each end of the ribbon to make a finished edge.
Ribbon sewn to the curtains to 1/4 inch (75 mm) of the long sides of the tape to create a sleeve. Sew all layers of the curtain. Remove the pins as you sew.
Cut a length of rope 1/2 inch (1.25 cm) to 1 foot longer than the sheath. It uses a large pin to place the rope on the cover, starting with the outside edge.
Sew the cable end inside the edge of the curtain. Keep it inside the case so that no loose ends.