The extension of a line ruffling above the line of stitch.
The top of a curtain, drapery, valance, or balloon shade, finished with tape, ties, rings, or other treatments, which hangs from a rod or pole. Headings range from simple, unpleated tabs to handmade pleats backed by hooks. They are often made using decorator tape to form pinch pleats or gathered headings.
The top of a rod-pocket curtain which forms a ruffle when the curtain is on a rod. The pleated portion of a pinch-pleated drapery.
The top edge of a curtain or valance finished either with a tape or a curtain buckram.
Hemmed, layered fabric across the top of a drapery or curtain.
The top end of the drape, usually containing a stiffener that is usually pleated or gathered.
The top part of a curtain or drape extending above the rod.
The finishing at the top of a curtain - sometimes decorative.
Term used to describe the top of the drapery. This is the front top face section of the drape where one finds both the crinoline and French pleats.
Top finish applied to curtain. Eg. rufflette tape and hooks.
the hemmed, usually stiffened, portion across the top of a curtain or drapery above the rod pocket
The stiffening used to reinforce the top of the draperies to accommodate the pleats and weight of the drapery. It is also the decorative top of pleated draperies.
Refers to the top edge of a drapery. It includes buckram as a stiffener to make the pleats hold their shape.
The very top of curtain window treatments.
The top of a curtain or drape. There are numerous types, ranging from simple gathers to elaborate French pleats and swags.
The top part of drapery that accommodates the pleats. The heading can vary in depth, but the most common are 1, 2 and 3".
The top finish of a curtain or drapery panel. It can range from a simple hem that doubles as a rod pocket to more elaborate designs such as pinch pleats, box pleats, or swags.
the top finish of a curtain or drapery panel, such as a simple casing or more elaborate pinch pleats and swags
The section at the top of a resume, composed of the job seeker's name, address,and contact information (phone, fax, and e-mail).
The hemmed, stiffened, layered portion on the top of a curtain or drapery.
A heading is the hemmed, usually stiffened, portion across the top of a curtain.
The top edge of a curtain that forms a ruffle when the curtain is on the rod. More info