The Complete Guide to Pin Hooks and Rod Pocket Drapes
Pin hooks and rod pocket drapes are two different types of drapery hardware that can be used to hang curtains. Pin hooks are the most common type of drapery hardware, and they are typically used for lightweight curtains. Rod pocket drapes, on the other hand, are more commonly used for heavier curtains.
Pin hooks and rod pocket drapes have a few differences between them. For example, pin hooks require a hole in the wall or window frame to be drilled in order to install them. Rod pocket drapes do not require any holes to be drilled because they have a built-in rod that is inserted into the curtain’s hemline.
What are Pin Hooks and Rod Pocket Drapes?
Pin hooks and rod pocket drapes are two different types of drapery hardware. Pin hooks are used to hang curtains from a rod, while rod pocket drapes use a transverse rod to hang the curtains.
Pin hooks are used to hang curtains from a rod, while rod pocket drapes use a transverse rod to hang the curtains.
How back tab drapes work with a traverse rod?
Back tab drapes are a type of drapery that is hung on the back tab of the window. The back tab is a small piece of fabric that is sewn to the top edge of the window frame. The back tab drape hangs from this small piece of fabric and can be pulled to either side to cover up the window.
The rod pocket drape is a type of drapery that hangs from a traverse rod, which is typically mounted on the wall above or below the window. The traverse rod has pockets at each end where you can slide in your drapery panels.
How to convert tab top drapes for a traverse rod?
The first step is to measure the width of the rod. The second step is to measure the width of the tab top drapes. The third step is to measure the height of the tab top drapes. The fourth step is to cut a piece of fabric that will be used for a new back tab top curtain panel.
The fifth step is to sew a hem on one side of this new back tab top curtain panel and then fold it in half, right sides together, and sew up both sides and across the bottom edge. The sixth step is to turn this new back tab top curtain panel right side out and press it flat with an iron. The seventh step is to attach this new back tab top curtain panel onto your existing tab top drape by sewing it onto one side,
How to hang rod pocket drapes with hooks?
The rod pocket drapes are hung on the transverse rod with hooks. The hooks are placed on the back tabs of the drapes.
The pin hooks are used to hang back tab curtains on a rod. The pin hooks should be placed at the top of the back tabs and then inserted into a pre-drilled hole in the wall.
How to place pins in rod pocket drapes?
The rod pocket drape is a type of window treatment that is hung on the transverse rod. The back tab is a type of window treatment that is hung on the back tab.
To use pin hooks on back tabs and rod pocket drapes on the transverse rod, you need to place pins in the rod pocket drapes.
How to Install a Pin Hook on a Back Tab
A pin hook is a device that is used to hang clothes on a back tab. It is usually made of metal and has a hook at one end and a pin at the other. The pin goes through the back tab and the hook hangs on the outside of it.
The installation process for this device is not complicated, but it does require some time and effort. The first step in installing this device is to measure the height of your back tab from where you want to hang your clothes. You will need to make sure that you have enough space for your clothes to hang freely without touching each other or anything else in your closet. Once you have measured the height, you will need to find out how wide your back tab is so that you can buy a pin hook that will fit properly on it
How to Install a Rod Pocket Drape on the Transverse Rod
The rod pocket drape is a type of window treatment that is hung on the transverse rod. It can be used to cover the entire window or just a portion of it.
The installation process for this type of drapery is not difficult, but it does require some time and patience. The first step in installing a rod pocket drape is to measure the width and height of the window. This will help you determine how much fabric you will need to purchase. You will also need to measure the length of your transverse rod, which should be at least 1 inch longer than your window width measurement.
Next, you will need to cut your fabric so that it measures 2 inches wider than your window width measurement and 2 inches longer than your transverse rod length measurement. You can