· Most silks should be backed. Even though
silks are backed they may still show staple
tracks or pull marks.
· Fabrics with no pattern direction can be
railroaded to avoid seams.
· Thick fabrics do not gather or shirr up well
for use with shirred borders.
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|Headboard Features and Options|
• Plain, Shirred, Pleated, Boxed Edge, Wrapped Edge
• Contrast borders (usually match duster fabric)
• Double Welt - Self or Contrast
• Single Welt - Self or Contrast
• Shirred Welt - Self or Contrast
• Cord or Rope Trim, Twisted Cording, Braided Cording
• Decorative Nailheads
• Plain self or contrasting fabric
• Buttoned with self or contrasting buttons in sizes ranging from
1/2" to 2"
• Button Tufted in Square or Diamond Pattern
• Stitch and Pull Tufted
• Outline quilting that follows the pattern in the fabric
• Line Quilted in Diamonds, Squares, Channels
• Fully Lined in White or Ivory Drapery Lining
• Attachment to bed frame with bolts or to wall with cleat