Different Ideas Hanging Rod for Tapestry

Aug 23rd

Hanging rod for tapestry – You may need to iron your tapestry. It is best to iron it from back and using a lot of steam. However, you can iron carpet at front if you place a clean cloth on top and do not use maximum temperature. There can always be a slight shrinkage or meandering. This is what gives a real aspect of tapestry. Most of our tapestries have a curtain rod hem sewn into back lining. In addition they have been sewn a varied number of loops at top. Curtain rod is a simple and typical method to hang a tapestry. They are made in different materials, sizes and colors, and usually come with decorative finishes. These finishes have very varied designs, such as leaves, balls, acorns, etc.

Wall Hanging Rod for Tapestry
Wall Hanging Rod for Tapestry

You should consider tapestry style when choosing design of curtain rod end. Length of bar may be one you want, but it should not be too long past hooks or brackets. Diameter of bar usually depends on size and weight of carpet. Price of bars and their ends can go up quite a bit, depending on how elaborate you want them. It is also necessary hanging rod for tapestry with loops. Many people believe that this is best method, but it has its drawbacks. A tapestry with this finish must be very well sewn because if after hanging for a while, it will tend to bend between each bolt.

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Flat bar or bar is another efficient and inexpensive way to hanging rod for tapestry with a curtain rod hem. A flat bar or strip of wood, plastic or metal is used. Make sure bar is slightly shorter than overall width of carpet. Width of strip will vary according to width of hem. Once strip is cut to size, make a hole at each end, at an exact distance and centered. Mark through hole where you will place screws. After determining location of screws, attach anchors to wall. Then insert ribbon into hem and screw one end and then other. This method places tapestry very close to wall and top is very straight.