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    • pinch-pleated-drapes.jpgTriple Pinch Pleat 


      two-finger-butterfly-pleat-i.jpg Two Finger Butterfly Pleat
    • fan-pleat.jpgFan Pleat - A modern twist on the Pinch Pleat with Pleats tacked at the top only allowing the pleat to "fan" out from the top. 

    • three-finger-euro-pleat-i.jpg Triple Euro Pleat - This is similar to the Fan Pleat where the pleat is tacked at the top, but this style pleat is also stitched along the back like a traditional Pinch Pleat for a more controlled pleat.  The Pinch Pleat is tacked about 4" down from the top and the Euro Pleat is tacked at the top.  The Fan Pleat is only tacked at the top.
    • two-finger-euro-pleat-french-pleat.jpg Two Finger Euro Pleat - This pleat has a double pleat tacked at the top and stitched along the back for a more controlled pleat.

      cartridge-pleat.jpg  Cartridge Pleat - This pleat is only stitched along the back and forms a cylinder style pleat for a sleek casual look.

      flat-panels.jpg  Flat Panel - Flat panels have no type of pleating in the heading which allows for a simple, modern, unstructured drape.

      pleat-style-inverted-pleat.jpg Inverted Box Pleat - Tailored with clean, simple lines. The fullness is folded into deep inverted pleats along the back.

      Rod Pocket
      Rod Pocket - A simple basic style where the drape is gathered on to the pole.




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