The eyelets are bulky rings that pass through the fabric to act as reinforcement. These rings have become common for curtains, usually a large plastic ring. This style of curtain is associated with the style urban, and the ring, which has an industrial look, could be mounted on exposed pipes as part of that style. This curtain emigrated to residential homes and suburban, and now commonly sold in stores curtains.
The size of the curtain rings vary from 3/4 to 3 inches (1.91 and 7.60 cm). Most of these rings are also available in tape form. The lower the ceiling height, the narrower the curtain rod. For a ceiling of 8 feet (2.44 m), it is common standard ring 3/4 to 1 1/2 inch (1.91 to 3.81 cm). For higher ceilings, large rings used to be visible and you can work with thicker curtain rods.
The rings can be used on any window size. However, do not look good in smaller windows. The ring manufacturers recommend windows that are at least 24 inches wide (61 cm) to place curtains with rings. This would come with six rings per panel, which may be unsuitable. If you used a curtain in a window of 24 inches you can use up to 12 loops, which will create a more substantial.
Taller and bigger windows
The rings are particularly well on big and tall windows. The curtain rod can be placed near the ceiling on a rod or even an industrial pipe. In this application, a large ring is spaced twice as wide as the average ring size. Buttonholes standard spacing is 4 to 5 inches (10.2 to 12.7 cm), but larger rings may be spaced between 5 and 10 inches (12.7 to 25.4 cm) apart. When professionally installed and made a curtain covered ring looks different wavelengths.
Rings are tapes cloth eyelets premature spacing. The tape is sewn on the back panel of the curtain. The grommets are installed along the curtain at regular intervals. The plastic connecting an eye to the next. This shortens the distance between the loops on the rear side of the curtain generating waves. Tape is a simple way to create the effect of evenly spaced ripples and also adding the necessary additional support to the head in the top of the curtain panel