In upholstery, a fold of fabric to the left, followed by a fold to the right, stitched in place.
A flat symmetrical pleat formed by folding the fabric to the back at each side of the pleat.
Pleat formed from two pleats facing in opposite directions. General sewing term.
Two folds of fabric brought together to form a pleat.
Pleat made of two flat folds turned inwards towards each other, creating a box like shape on the front of the garment. examples
A fabric, ribbon or lace pleated to form a box, bound together at the top. END USE: Because of its unique take up, this trim can be used anywhere you would use a full ruffle. Turns corners easily. Can be inserted in seams or glued on craft projects. View Image
Evenly spaced double pleats created by folding under the fabric on both sides. Box pleats are sewn to give a drapery a full look.
a flat double pleat made by folding under the fabric on either side of it
a pleat that is even on both sides
A flat, unpinched pleat in the heading of the drape.
A pleat made by forming two folded edges facing into each other. More info
A flattened fold in cloth doubled upon itself.
a tailored fabric fold formed by two folded edges, one facing right and other facing left
A pleat made by joining two folded edges, one facing right and the other facing left.
A symmetrical skirt pleat made by folding the fabric to the back of each side of the pleat to create a dentil pattern.
A double pleat, underneath which the edges fold toward each other.
A flat pleat that has a fold of fabric laid behind the heading.
A single, uniform fold in the center back of a garment to allow for more room and comfort.
A tailored, symmetrical pleat made by folding the material to the back on either side of the pleat to create a “box,” which is stitched and pressed flat.
A box pleat is a fold of cloth sewn into place to create fullness in a curtain. Box pleats are evenly spaced and stitched.
evenly spaced pleating technique folded, stitched and flattened into box shapes