How do you make fabric curtain tiebacks?
Use a ruler, chopstick, or letter opener. Tuck 1/2 an inch of fabric on the open end in and hand tack it closed, or use hot glue to seal the end. Hand sew on two plastic or wood rings at the ends, or create your knot or bow at the end. Repeat for the second tieback and you’re done!
How do magnetic curtain rods work?
A magnetic curtain rod is by far the most convenient curtain rod ever designed. It practically installs itself. You simply press it against the door and the magnets grab onto the steel. You don’t need any tools or hardware to install these rods.
How do you hang magnetic curtains?
This is how you do it:
- Choose the curtain or fabric you want to tape and lay it flat on the floor.
- Decide which sides of the curtain will be attached.
- Mark each side with measuring tape and pencil.
- Use super glue to secure magnetic tape or sew it on.
- Hang them back in their place using the magnets.
How long should curtain tiebacks be?
To achieve proper placement, again measure the length of the curtains and divide by three. Hang each tieback a third of the way up from the bottom of the curtain. If, for example, the drape is 100 inches long, you would place the tieback 33 inches from the bottom.
Should curtain holdbacks be angled?
Should curtain hold backs be angled? There is no hard and fast rule on this, but generally many people position their curtain hold backs straight – if you prefer an angled look and find they still work practically then you can choose to do this.