Traditional pinch pleats take three folds of fabric sewn together for a pleat that fans out on the top and bottom.
A drapery heading in which the fabric is stitched into narrow tubes that are then stuffed with lining or buckram to make the heading stiff.
A traditional pinch pleat with 3 folds but tacked at the top of the pleat to create a softer appearance at the window.
A single pocket is created at the top and when pulled through the rod –pole rod is recommended- a gathered effect is created.
This style is a natural for pole rods. Spaced grommets, usually metal, and can vary in diameter are sewn into the top of the drapery. A contemporary look.