Stage Curtains

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Stage Curtains

  • Box pleated with two rows straight stitching on sides of each pleat
  • Reinforced header with four inches of jute webbing
  • Fullness is a minimum of 60%
  • Each pleat contains #3 brass grommet
  • Optional Lining

Stage curtains headers are sewn to a double turned top with two rows of straight stitching. Pleats are uniform in size and equally spaced from one another, generally six inches from center to center of the grommets. Joining seams are overcast with a safety lock stitch and straight stitch is usually done with a Rimaldi or Merrow serging machine. Panels are tabled to assure even hems. Side hems are two and one half inch double turned and straight stitched, bottom hems are size inch double tuned and straight stitched. A covered #8 jack chain is sewn into the top of the bottom hem, encased within a canvas picket. Overlaps are generally four feet on the main curtain. TWR is pleased to feature the stage hardware by Automatic Devices Company of Allentown, PA. ADC is the leading name in stage hardware and equipment, specializing in custom made motorized stage track and accessories. Click here to view some examples of stage layouts.