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Dritz 44373 Curtain Grommets, Satin Nickel, 1-Inch, 8-Pack

4.3 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews
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1-Inch
Satin Nickel
  • 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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Size:1-Inch  |  Color:Satin Nickel
Product Dimensions 6.8 x 4.9 x 1 inches
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Item model number 44373
ASIN B001K67LNM
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4.3 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews

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Size: 1-Inch | Color: Satin Nickel

These 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. Instructions are finish top of curtain with 3-Inch or larger header. Mark center position of grommets across top of curtain. Position template over center marks and trace slots (A) cut out hole. Place raised center of grommet in hole from right side. On wrong side, position Prong side of grommet over raised center and press down to secure(B). Tip for remove grommets, insert flat screwdriver tip into slot, lift up.

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Size: 1-InchColor: Bronze Verified Purchase
I was terrified to try to install grommets on the curtains I was making because I was afraid I would ruin them - but I finally did and they were so easy to install. The curtains look great. I recommend watching a youtube video about installing grommets before you start. My next piece of advice would be to use small scissors so that you have more control when cutting the holes. Also, use an even number of grommets on each panel so that both ends of the curtain end up facing the same direction. The grommet front and back snap together easily and look great. You don't need any special tools. I can't believe I've been afraid of grommets for so long. Seriously, don't be afraid to try them.
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Size: 1-InchColor: Bronze Verified Purchase
I needed to make grommet curtains with blackout material and was hesitant to try these. After asking a question in the Amazon question box and receiving LOTS of VERY helpful answers, I went for it! These were easier than you can imagine to use!! I used the template which comes with them and took a bit of help from YouTube. In a couple of hours I had completed and hung four panels. They snap together flawlessly, no problems (even on blackout material). They are plastic, but actually look like metal and don't look cheap at all. I highly recommend these and would not hesitate to purchase them again.
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Size: 1-InchColor: White Verified Purchase
These were just what they advertised. They are easy to use.. they snap together. Just make a 4" hem at the top of your fabric and use their template to draw out your pattern. An easy way to space them is put two grommets on each end and then one in the middle and just keep putting them in the middle of the middle until you have them all evenly spaced. This takes an even number of grommets. I used two packaged to make a shower curtain...it is not as long as a bath enclosure, though, so you may need more. The closer together you put the grommets the less wide the actual fold is in your curtain. If you space them too far apart, you will need more width room for your folds. I used a simple tension rod...not a shower curtain tension rod, but a smaller one. If you use the shower curtain rod, then you need the bigger grommets..I think they are 1 7/8".
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Size: 1-InchColor: Satin Nickel Verified Purchase
I used these to make a friend of mine a purse and as I was making it, some of the paint got scratched off of the plastic. They also will not hold through even a few layers of fabric. I only had 2 layers of pretty heavy duty fabric in between and it was hard to close. They upside is that once closed, they seemed to stay closed. If you're just going to buy these to make curtains that won't get moved around a lot or will be up high where no one can see the scratched off paint, these are a good buy.

(As for the seller, everything arrived as described.)
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Size: 1-InchColor: Matte Gold
I bought this and it only worked for very thin fabric. Not working for thick curtain as it said. Very disappointed.
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Size: 1-InchColor: Satin Nickel Verified Purchase
Love it! Love it!! Love it!!! Thank you Dritz!!!! These are so easy to use, child of 3 could do it. I created a cloth shower curtain for my RV bathroom in flamingo pink. I could not find a small size shower curtain with the color I wanted. The bathroom is turquoise and flamingo pink with a pink flamingo motif. I found sheer polyester curtains at IKEA, chopped down to size, folded over the top so there is some thicker cloth to grab (you do not want the cloth too thin), and put these on. Fabulous!!

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.
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Size: 1-InchColor: Satin Nickel
I've used these Dritz curtain grommets on hand-made curtains in the past, and I was amazed at how easy they were to use. I was skeptical about how easily I'd be able to snap them together after reading some of the other reviews, but I didn't have any problems.

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?
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