How to Measure the Width of a Curtain PanelPlace the curtain on a clean, flat surface so the top is farthest from you and…Smooth out all wrinkles and creases, but do not stretch the curtain.Hold the beginning end of the measuring tape at the left edge of the curtain.Measure your window from the outside edge of the right frame to the outside edge…See More….
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How do you calculate curtain panel size?
Divide your total inches measurement by the width of the panels you have chosen. If you want the curtains to be able to close fully, you should always use enough panels to cover the width of the window. Round up to the next whole number if you want to achieve more fullness.
What size curtains do I need for my Window?
Example: If your window measures 36 wide (window width x 2 = 72), you need curtains that will give a minimum width of 72 or 2 panels for that window. In this case 2 panels will give about 100 to 120 of width which will look nice and full. Always round up to the next full number. Common Fullness multipliers (multiply your measured width by):
How do you measure curtain rod size?
Measure the width of the rod from left to right. A common rule for displaying curtains properly says the curtains finished width should be at least 2 times the width of your window (if not more – sheers can be 3 times the window width) to achieve a look of proper fullness.
How do you determine the fullness of a curtain?
Choose the style of the panel to use to determine the fullness of the finished curtain. Fullness is the extra fabric, over and above the actual width of the area to cover, used in the curtain.