4" Multi Pleat Pleater Tape
- Product ID: H4MP
- Content: 100% Polyester
- Width: 4"
Sold: Sold by the Yard
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 100 Yards,
when ordering more than 100 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
This 4" pleater tape is an essential supply for making pleated drapes. Easy to use and inexpensive, provides your DIY drapery projects with a professional look. 100% polyester, 4" width. Sold by the yard.
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Why did you choose this?
is this tape appropriate for sewing a pair of two pinch pleated drapes with lining?
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely! This pleater tape is great for pinch pleat curtains. The hooks below work well with the tape.
Is this tape white or clear could not tell?
BEST ANSWER: It is white. I was very happy with this tape, and got a beautiful result without a ton of work.
How much fabric per 3 pleat pleats using 4" multi pleat pleater tape?
BEST ANSWER: It depends on how large you want the pleats. The pockets are about 3/4" apart.
can you make modern pleat drapes with this tape and the pleater hooks e.g. pinched at the top (tacked by hand of course) for either 2 or 3 folds.?
I need to have a 4 inch space between my pleats. Can I accomplish this using this tape?
BEST ANSWER: Yes. The tape has places for your pleather hooks in intervals so that you can customize the pleats as you want.
What size hooks do I use with this tape?. Most come in 3” sizes
BEST ANSWER: Either the 3" or 3.25" pleater hooks work with this tape.
How many inches of tape required for a 72” width?
BEST ANSWER: You'd need to order 2 yards.
How many pockets are there per inch? How wide is each pocket?
BEST ANSWER: There are approximately 1.5 pockets per inch. The pockets are about 3/8" wide.
Could i use this to put a rod pocket on a drape panel?
BEST ANSWER: This tape will probably be too stiff to gather nicely for rod pocket curtains. If you want to add a pocket to existing curtains, we suggest creating the pocket on the back by sewing a strip of fabric that's similar in weight to the curtain fabric. Even a lightweight fabric like muslin may work.
is the tape stiff?
BEST ANSWER: No, it's pretty flexible. I used on drapes made with Sheermist and it definitely gave some body, but it's soft and flexible when you get it.
How do you fix the heading tape to the curtain? See or iron on?
Can I use the tape to turn a pocket curtains to a pinch pleat curtains?