How to hang rod pocket curtains with hooks? Just continue reading this article, and you will learn how to do it in no time!
Luckily, it is relatively easy to sew rod pocket curtains.
And it is as simple as adding some pin hooks, and it will turn into a beautiful pinch pleat curtain.
Turning your plain curtain into a pinch pleat one will enhance the look of your home.
And in turn, hanging your curtain on any rail will be relatively more straightforward.
But guess what? If you know how to do so, isn’t it exciting to turn your simple curtain into a gorgeous one by just adding some pin hook?
Of course, not only to know but to know how to do it properly.
4 Simple Steps To Hang Rod Pocket Curtains With Hooks
How to hang rod pocket curtains with hooks?
Here are the four simple steps that will turn your simple draperies into an elegant one in no time!
Step #1. Choosing the appropriate pin hooks
Ensuring that the pin hooks are compatible with your curtain’s size and shape is very important to attach them.
You can press the pin if it is not that tight to avoid it being too loose.
It will prevent the hooks not falling off from the curtain rail or ring.
Step #2. Proper spacing of the pin hooks and creating pleats
Here’s a simple trick that I will give you to make this type of curtain with ease.
You need to have an odd number of pin hooks in your curtain, and you also have to space them correctly together.
Don’t forget that to make your curtain pinch pleat.
It would help if you hung on your curtain hook a particular pin.
If you want to have five pleats in your curtain, you need to consider having five pleats and five pin hooks.
Always remember that you need another pin for each end of your curtain.
And that gives you a total amount of 7 pin hooks.
Then you use a marker to mark the middle part for having even spacing within each pin hook.
You can now proceed in marking them while folding each half on either side.
Repeat the process while marking them for the insertion of the pin hooks later on.
Step #3. Pin hook insertion
In every marked point that you had, pin hook insertion should happen back along the seam line.
You can initiate the pin hook insertion within the screw eye along the top of the ring.
It helps you find the distance between the top edge that the pin hook is supposed to be inserted.
When you finished doing that, you need to correctly put the lower part of the ring to the heading’s upper part.
It would be best to mark the pin hook’s bottom by using any marker or pen.
This way will be the pin hook location, then use the marked areas to insert the pin hook.
Make sure that the pin should be inside the crease in making it.
Before inserting the rest of the pin hook, you must check how far is the upper edge of the crease to the lower part of the pin hook.
After correct measuring done, repeat the process of insertion with the other pin hooks.
Step #4. Pin hook insertion at each end of headings
Measure the same space between the lower and upper parts and use a marker to mark them.
You must insert the pin hook for about 1 cm from each end.
Add the buckram attachment for more reinforcement.
The pin must be invisible if you look at it at the right.
Just do the process again to the other end.
Some Additional Tips
Here are some additional tips:
Tip #1. Curtains should not look flat
It would look bland having a 50-inch window and then a curtain of the same size.
Making your curtain look flat and straight won’t occupy that much space because fabrics tend to fold because of their softness.
So, it would be best if you had curtains with lots of extra widths to look more traditional and elegant.
Volume is essential in curtains, so you must consider them.
Tip #2. Ceiling consideration
Your ceiling would look shorter with the spaces between the rod and the ceiling.
So if you want your room to look and feel open and expansive, your curtain rods must go just about near the ceiling.
Tip #3. Long rods
To show the whole window with a little more width, having a long rod will help.
It will create enough space to enable sunlight to enter the room and promote a fresher look in your UK home.
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It is as simple as following these steps, and in just a short time, you will be able to make your UK home look more elegant.
And you, your family, and friends can enjoy the comfort of the UK home with a beautiful curtain.
You can also boast to them that you made them!