You need an even number of grommets across the panel,so if the resulting figure is uneven,you must round up and add twice the return amount for the correct panel width. For example,if the panel must cover 40 inches,multiply that amount by 1.5,for the result of 60. Twice the return is 7 inches,resulting in8.5grommets on the 60-inch panel.
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How many grommets do I need for my curtains?
Always use an even number of grommets for your curtains, or they will not hang evenly. Divide the width of your curtain panel by the spacing you are using. Round this number to the nearest even number to find the required number of grommets.
How much space do you need for grommet panels?
The grommet panel must be a minimum of 70 inches wide, between the side hem seams, to provide just slightly more than 1.5 times fullness on the 40-inch space. Purchase more panels and push the grommets closer together on the rod for a fuller look.
How do you measure the number of grommets?
Then measure between the edge grommets and divide by 1 LESS than the number of TOTAL grommets. If you have 6 grommets, you would divide the inner space by 5, divide by 7 for 8 grommets, 11 for 12 grommets, etc. Pin or mark at these divisions.
How do you make grommet curtains with fabric?
Looking at the stencil, cut the fabric out of the circles. Try to get as close as possible to the stencil outline. Now its time to pop in the grommets! Press one side of the grommet into the other, sandwiching the fabric in between. Repeat for each grommet. In less than 15 minutes, you can have a panel with cute grommets!