I always recommend ring-clips – not only do they draw more easily, you can adjust length and create inverted pleats, even hang a blackout layer without interfering with the flow of the linen. The easiest way to find the ring clips you want is to Google ‘drapery ring clips' and then click Images. No wading through ads or descriptions, just useful pictures.
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Material: 100% Linen. Midweight "St Barts"
58" wide x 84" long
58" wide x 96" long
Care: Machine wash with a small amount of gentle detergent, not Tide. Tumble dry on hot or medium, and remove from the dryer while still very slightly damp so wrinkles do not set. Shake the fabric out flat and smooth it with your hands. If you can dry outside, let fresh air and sun work their magic.
The curtains hang like a dream-- beautiful, billowy, and pleasing to the touch. The interior of my house was recently painted and realized my curtains really clashed with the new paint colors I chose. I came across these St. Bart and Orkney Linen and have proceeded to decorate every window with them that needed an upgrade. I had been in the middle of making cotton curtains to replace the old ones, also very nice fabric, but I guess I love linen more! I just stopped sewing.
I can’t stop looking at these beautiful curtains! They are the most beautiful shade of Aqua and, the light play through them is creates a soft glow.- Almost ethereal in my small guest bedroom. I love the hand and weight of the material. I will be purchasing more for the rest of my home.
These beautiful curtains are perfect for my old farmhouse. They drape beautifully especially after using Tricia’s advice about using curtain rings to hang them. They look and feel elegant yet simple. And when the breeze blows they move just enough to be picture perfect. I’m so happy I have them in my home.