No Sew Drapery Update9:27 AM
We inherited basic ivory drapes over the back door when we bought the house. I thought they were fine, except for the fact the casing at the top was so tight, it made it hard to slide them to the side to open the door.
It was like inching them to one side.
So instead I got some huge drapery grommets to make them easier to slide back and forth.
NO SEW DRAPERY GROMMETS
1. Measure and trace the template along the top of your drapery.
2. Cut out all the circles
3. Put the tall half through fabric
4. Snap other side in place
The next problem was the drapery rod. It was kind of cheap to begin with, and already had duct tape in the center when we got here.
(I sprayed one side, let it dry, then turned it over to spray the other side)