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Learn to make an interlined curtain

In this course you will learn how to make an interlined curtain by creating a small sample of a curtain. Interlining is added to a curtain to help prevent drafts. It makes the curtain a lot heavier in weight and it can also be used to give a thin fabric such as silk a luxurious look.

The course will show you the techniques used when making a curtain using pencil pleat heading tape and attaching the interlining between your main fabric and your lining. You will need to know how to use a sewing machine.

 For this course you will need to provide the following materials:-

  • Sewing machine in full working order with its instruction manual and all of its sewing machine feet.
  • A basic sewing kit to include dressmaking scissors, unpicker, bright coloured polycotton thread, pins, spare sewing machine needles, hand sewing needles, tailors chalk.
  • Notepad and pen to make notes
  • 1 metre of curtain fabric
  • 1 metre of curtain lining
  • 1 metre of synthetic interlining
  • 1 ½ metre of 3 inch pencil pleat heading tape

Duration: 2 ½ hours

Date: To be arranged

Time: 6.30pm – 9.00pm

Cost: £25.00

Min: 4 people Max: 6 people

If you are interested in this class why not have a look at some of our other curtain making classes,

How to make a Roman Blind

How to make a Pencil Pleat Curtain

How to make a Triple Pleat Curtain

To register your interest please telephone 01308 456844 or print this Application Formto send with your payment.

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2 thoughts on “Learn to make an interlined curtain

  1. Hello

    I am looking for some classes on how to make roman blinds and curtain (interlined pinch/pencil pleat)
    I have had some previously but need a top up course as started making some for friends.
    What is your availability and when are your next courses?
    Kind regards

    1. At the moment we don’t have any classes planned. Please keep checking our website as we may have some in the future.

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