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Stage Curtain Layout

Quantity
  Width (inches per panel)
  Height (inches per panel)

Measuring Guide

Fabric

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Manufacturer
Color
Pattern Repeat?
Collection Name
Fabric ID #
Fabric Width
Suggested Curtain Fabric Use
Front Valance and Main/Front Curtain
20-32 oz. Cotton Velour Or 20-32 oz. Polyester Velour
Sides/Legs
16 oz. Cotton Velour Or 17 oz. Oxford Cloth
Mid Stage Traveler
25 oz. Cotton Or 26 oz. Polyester Velour
Borders, Side, Rear Curtain, Atlas Oxford, Nassau Chevron
14-20 oz. Cotton Velour
Scenery/Scrim
Scrim
Stage Window Valance and Curtains
Match to Front Curtain Fabric or Lightweight Velour Lined
Acoustical Curtain
20-32 oz. Polyester Velour, heavier if not self faced, lighter if self faced.
Studio Curtain
Black Velours or Cyclorama Cyc Cloth
Your main curtain and valance are usually made of either cotton or polyester velour. Velours are available in several different weights to provide options when determining factors such as sound absorption, light blockage, environmental conditions and budget. If you are unsure about your choice, call us to determine which weight will satisfy the needs of the stage at a reasonable cost. Your legs, borders, mid stage, and rear stage curtains are often made of velours as well, though there are many more options here. A different weight of velour could be used or other fabrics. A cyclorama (Cyc) is a decorative drapery that is typically made of seamless muslin or scrim. Cyc cloth is your ideal fabric for TV studio background curtains.
Please select a Color:
Natural
Sky Blue
White
Grey
Black
White
Black
Sky Blue
Natural
Grey
White Polyester
Black Polyester
White
Grey
Wheat
Gold
Maize
Moleskin
Pewter
Ice Blue
Cornflower
Delft Blue
Hyacinth
Navy
Old Jade
Peacock
Hunter
Crimson
Regal Red
Cherry
Colonial Brick
Plum
Brown
Eggplant
Ruby
Black
Wheat
Gold
Maize
Moleskin
Pewter
Cornflower
Cadet Blue
Hyacinth
Navy
Old Jade
Hunter
Eggplant
Plum
Colonial Brick
Crimson
White
Beige
Corona
Crimson
Plum
Cabernet
Ice Blue
Royal Blue
Provincial
Cypress
Iris
Pewter
Black
White
Pussywillow
Doeskin
Pewter
Moleskin
Brown
Wheat
Chamois
Brandy
Maize
Gold
Mocha
Copper
Green
Peacock
New Jade
Old Jade
Persimmon
Black
Aqua
Ice Blue
Delft Blue
Cadet Blue
New Navy
Hyacinth
Copen Blue
Navy
Warm Blue
Ink Blue
Darkest Blue
Lavender
Texas Purple
New Ruby
Red
Cherry
Plum
Regal Red
Crimson
Rouge
Colonial Brick
Ruby
Eggplant
Ash Rose
Rose
Pink
Black
Beige
Gold
Pewter
Liberty Blue
Provincial
Sapphire
Hunter
Eggplant
Cabernet
Cherry
Crimson
Black
Grey
SEG Grey
Ice Blue
Royal Blue
Ivory
Natural
Beige
Jade
Gold
Lipstick Red
Plum
Black
Grey
SEG Grey
Ice Blue
Royal Blue
Ivory
Natural
Beige
Gold
Plum
White
Ivory
Beige
Grey
Gold
Pewter
Ice Blue
Royal
Saphire
Navy
Peacock
Jade
Red
Wine
Black
Heavy = 16 oz/l.y. Regular = 12 oz/l.y.
Royal Blue
Grey
Wine
Black
Black Heavy
Black
Grey
Beige
Chroma Key Blue
Chroma Key Green
Iris/ Beige
Orange/ Black
Dune/ Beige
Brown/ Black
Sungold/ Beige
Cabernet/ Black
Royal/ Beige
Sapphire
Navy
Teal
Peacock
Cypress
Black
Sand
Mocha
Granite
Lt. Grey
Pewter
Red
White
Beige
Taupe
Gold
Clay
Grey
Mauve
Wine
Burgundy
Lipstick
Forest
Purple
Royal
Navy
Black

Do You Want Fringe?
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Fring
Please select a Color:

6'' Bullion Fringe is sewed onto the bottom of the valance so that the fringe is at the bottom of the valance,
not hanging 6" down below the bottom of the valance

White
Black
Grey
Antique Gold

Lining
Do I Need Curtain Lining?
Most front curtains are made of heavy velour in 25-32 oz that is woven to be opaque. These curtains usually do not need a lining. Some theatrical consultants like to add lining for additional acoustical value. Backstage curtains seldom require lining. Lining is used to provide more light blockage, to provide a level of protection to the drape, or to have the rear of the drape look finished. Lining does add cost to the drape because we are essentially making two drapes. Discussion with the salesperson can determine whether this is a needed part of your drape.
Please select a Color:
White
Off White
Black
Beige
Black
Beige
Black
Beige

Pleat Style
Pleat Definitions
Perfect Pleat
Fullness is created by joining two adjacent grommets on a single S-hook.
Fifty percent fullness made by spacing grommets 6” apart on 12” centers
Box Pleat
Fullness is created by folding 6” of fabric into a 3” box and sewing flat to header.
Fifty percent fullness made by spacing pleats on 12” centers
Pinch Pleat
Fullness is created by pinching 4” of fabric into two prong pleats sewn side by side on 6” centers
Flat Pleat
Sometimes called a 0% fullness, grommets are spaced at either 6” or 12” centers
Perfect Pleat
Box Pleat
Pinch Pleat
Flat Pleat

Fullness
What is curtain fullness?
Fullness refers to the extra fabric that is included in a pleat that adds to the body of the curtain. For a curtain with 50% fullness, 1/2 the curtain width would be added to the track length to create the pleated look. A curtain with 100% fullness would be twice the width of the track and flat would be the same width as the track giving you a flat curtain.
50 % (standard)
100 %
Flat
 

Mount Type
Tackup   Pipe
Add Track?
No   Yes
Hanging Method
Ties   Zip-Ties
Track Width

Add Track?
No   Yes
Bi-Parting / Traversing
Single
Pipe / Batten
Track Selector
  • 280 - Heavy Duty Steel, Straight Only
  • 170 - Medium Duty Steel, Straight, Precurved Pieces Available
  • 140 - Medium Duty Aluminum, Can Be Curved
  • Other - Refer to Track Selector(popup link)
280
170
140
Hanging Method
Ties   Zip-Ties
Character Of Track
Straight   Curved   Multiple Curves
Track Width
Determining Track Width
For Biparting - Measure the length of one piece including your 1-2" for overlap. If you don't have an existing track, measure the total distance your curtains will cover, divide that in half, and add 1-2" for overlap. View Diagram

For Single or Pipe - Simply measure the width of the space you wish to cover.

Operator Type
Walk Draw   Rope Draw   Motorized   Dead Hung
Info
Most curtains can be operated by either walk draw or rope draw. Large curtains or theatres that want automation, may want to add stage curtain motorization to their track. Motors are rated by width and weight of the curtain. Motors can either be track mounted or floor mounted. Call customer service for more information on sizing. Dead hung curtains are tied to a pipe and are not designed to move on a track.

Add Pipe Track?
No   Yes
Hanging Method
Ties   Zip-Ties
Track Width

Add Additional Hardware?
No   Yes