Loop curtains

Loop curtains

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Curtain preparation

Take the dimensions of your curtain. On all sides, mark with iron, pin, then stitch the hems at the top and on the sides. On a curtain of light, unlined fabric, opt for a double tucked in that will keep the whole thing. With a heavy fabric, a simple return is enough. Mark it with an iron and poke.

Making passers-by

Choose falls from the curtain, a wide braid of upholsterer or a more rigid canvas to make your passers-by. To ensure that your curtain is effectively held on the rod, count a loop every 20 cm and distribute them, taking care to provide one at each end of the curtain.

The step by step


In the fabric chosen for passers-by, cut the determined number of strips of 10 x 25 cm.


Fold the loops in place, right sides together, crosswise and stitch them all the way down.


Flatten the seam with an iron, turn the loop over on the right side and iron, taking care to place the seam in the center.

Laying on a flat head


On the top of the curtain, pin a 3 cm flap and iron it.


Fold the loops in half lengthwise by placing the seam inside, then distribute them and pin them on the top of the curtain by sliding them under the flap to a height of 1.5 cm.


Stitch along the entire length flush with the sharp edge of the flap, taking all the thicknesses together. Then install your curtain on the rod.


The next day, pin the bottom hem, unhook your curtain and stitch.