What is pole pocket with back tabs?

Back tab curtains, also called hidden tab curtains, have tabs or loops sewn onto the back of the curtain header. The rod slips through the tab so that neither is visible from the front. This gives the illusion of the curtain floating in space and creates an elegant, clean line.

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Subsequently, one may also ask, what is pole pocket?

Pole pockets are extra material wrapped around to the back side of the banner and heat welded to create a smooth 2 inch or 3 inch seam. They are similar to heat welded hems, but there is room for a pole or rode to go through the loop of material. The pole pockets are used to hang the banner.

Also Know, what is a hidden tab top curtain? Curtains with tabs on the upper, back side can be hung at least two ways. You can slide the rod through the tabs, and in some cases you skip using the tabs and opt for rings with clips. Back tabs are strips of fabric which are sewn onto the curtains, creating a row of hidden loops.

Similarly, you may ask, what is a pole pocket with hook belt?

The pocket will accommodate a pole up to 1 ½” in diameter. The other style uses the hook belt. The hook belt is a ribbon like band sewed into the back of the pole pocket curtain. This is used to reinforce any drapery pins.

Can you hang rod pocket curtains with hooks?

The rod pocket is internal so the curtain panel is essentially a simple panel rectangle. Determine the header style you want for your drapery look and in a few minutes, you can transform your curtain panels into drapes that use drapery hooks. Simple curtain panels can dress up a living room.

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