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Pleating ring with large rivet for 19mm dia. curtain pole

R-UNIMDR-19-SS

Rivet Colour
Pear
Seville
Raspberry
Lilac
Fern
White Pepper
Moonlight
Dusk
Black Pepper
Truffle
Honeycomb
Bedewed Champagne
Bedewed Sage
Bedewed Pearl
Bedewed Ice
Bedewed Oyster
Bedewed Jet
Slate
Eucalyptus
New Acorn
Vole
Fawn
Chalk
Opalite
Marcasite
Baltic
Shale
Agate
Flint
Coal
Cool Gunmetal
Warm Gunmetal
Gold Dust
White Frost
Shadow
Sky
Pumice
Pebble
Onyx
Sienese
Marron
Tennessee
Spun Gold

Pleating rings are incredibly simple to use and extremely versatile. The snap rivets simply push through the weave of your fabric and the shank of the ring and then snap together by hand to create a unique no-sew heading, exclusive to Walcot House.
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Pleating Ring Dimensions (mm)

19mm pleating curtain ring dimensions

 

Rivet Dimensions (mm)

 

recessed rivet

1. How much fabric is needed?

This varies depending on what look you want, but we recommend between 2 and 2.5 times fullness.

2. How many pleating rings are needed?

We recommend one ring for every 10cm of pole. Round up to the nearest even number if you are making a pair of curtains.

3. How are they used?

A curtain maker should attach pleating rings. Curtains can be lined and interlined, but take care to keep unnecessary layers at the top of the curtain to a minimum. We recommend you make a test pleat to ensure the rivet had enough capacity. Pleats and spaces will need to be worked out in the same way as for French pleat heading. We suggest a single pleat looks and works best (or if the curtains are only lined and lighter weight, and the rivets have the capacity, then a double pleat can be used).

The size of pleat can be to your liking and will depend on the look you want to achieve and the amount of fabric you have. We make ours between 12cm and 17cm.

Set down the rivet prong by 3.5cm from the top edge of the curtain if you’re using the first hole on the ring stem. This will allow your curtain to butt up to the underside of the pole.

When applying the rivets to your fabric, you will need to ease the rivet through the weave of the fabric one layer at a time. If you are using buckram or a very tight weave, a bradawl may be used to help make the hole. The rivet then simply snaps closed by hand.

recessed rivet assembly diagram

Shipping:

The shipping cost will be calculated at in the checkout after entering your shipping address.

Items are usually despatched within 7 working days*, with delivery Monday to Friday, 7.30am - 6pm.

Once your item has been despatched, we’ll send you an email with delivery information.

Please note for deliveries to Russia, or countries outside of Europe, you will need to contact us to arrange your delivery.

If you have any special delivery requests please write them in the notes box found in the shopping cart before placing your order, or contact us.

*Bespoke items may have a longer lead time. This should be specified in the product description.  

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Measuring Guide

What curtain pole length do I need?

Walcot House measuring guide for curtain poles

Measure the width of your window (cm)

Add a minimum of 15cm either side, preferably more, but for full curtains or wide windows allow at least 25cm if you have the room, excluding finials (decorative pole ends).

Choose a stock length or cut to size yourself for non standard lengths (we promise it's really easy!)
    Helpful tip: Ensure there is room for your finials beyond the ends of your pole.
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