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Dritz 44373 Curtain Grommets, Satin Nickel, 1-Inch, 8-Pack
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- Curtain grommets are designed for rods up to 13/16-inch diameter
- For sheer to drapery-weight fabrics
- Machine washable; do not iron, tumble dry or dry clean
- Includes 8 grommets per pack
- Available in satin nickel color; measures 1-inch inner diameter
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When you fold over your cloth, you want a medium thickness, not canvas thick. These are plastic grommets, not metal, so will be very hard to put onto a canvas cloth IF FOLDED OVER TOO THICK. For canvas cloth, keep it thinner with a 1 or 2 fold ply. For voile or medium weight cotton, 3 folds is perfectly fine.
Fold over your curtain, sew your top hem line. Use chalk to draw a horizontal middle line cutting the top hemline in half to use as a guide. Arrange curtain on floor or table, with back side facing you and good side facing table. Place a grommet on either end and middle. Place grommets in between these marker grommets eyeballing for symmetry. Mark center of grommet with a vertical chalk line cutting center line. Generally 6-8 inches apart looks right for smaller curtains. Use the spacing that looks right for larger curtains or look this up online if you want to be technical. My RV is a dollhouse, so everything is smaller and more dainty.
Use clear plastic template provided with each pack, to draw a circle where you want the grommet. Your center chalk line is very useful at this point, making them line up evenly. Use curved small 4 inch embroidery scissors to cut a hole in the cloth.Read more ›
Yes, they are plastic, but they are extremely sturdy once on the curtain panel. I used them on drapery-weight fabric, and found them to be perfect for what I wanted. They snap together really easily, hold my heavy weight curtains up well, and slide nicely once on the curtain rod. What more could you ask for?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought these would be metal. It's hard to tell from the description they are plastic. Wouldn't have bought them if I realized they were plastic.Published 7 days ago by Monica
Application was very simple to do. I used a loosely woven linen , so using an interfacing to stabilize was helpful.Published 2 months ago by christine vlasak
Exactly what I was looking for. Satin finish, 1" and very easy to snap together.Published 2 months ago by vrfrcrggtf
I purchased these to make my own car seat protectors. I used them for where the seats headrest attaches.Published 3 months ago by Kseagle