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    • triple-pinch-pleat-kelly-wearstler-graffito-drapes-salmon-cream-lynn-chalk.jpgTriple Pinch Pleat


    • two-finger-butterfly-pleat-i.jpg Two Finger Butterfly Pleat
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    • triple-fan-pleat-kelly-wearstler-channels-periwinkle-lynn-chalk.jpgFan Pleat - A modern twist on the Pinch Pleat with Pleats tacked only at the top 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.
    • two-finger-euro-french-pleat-lynn-chalk-lc.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.

      inverted-pleat-schumacher-mary-mcdonald-chinois-palais-in-blush-inverted-pleated-drapes-with-malmaison-tape-noir-swan-lynn-chalk.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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