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Royal Velvet® Supreme Pinch-Pleat/Back-Tab Lined Curtain Panel

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Easy-to-hang back tabs are coupled with elegant pinch pleats to make this curtain panel stand out. Part of our most versatile drapery collection, it coordinates perfectly with other Supreme window treatments.

 
  • finely slubbed, tightly woven fabric enhanced by an elegant, subtle sheen
  • lined for an enhanced weight and feel
  • weighted corners
  • 5" header; 3" bottom hem, 1" side hem
  • 4" back tabs
  • for a different look use clip rings or pin hooks (sold separately)

Sold individually. Coordinating window treatments sold separately. Rayon/acetate with polyester lining. Dry clean. Imported.
 

Rated 5 out of 5 by Lovely curtains I bought one panel to cover my bathroom window (62.5" wide to cover a 50" wide window, and it is a perfect fit). I just push it to one side when I want it open. I previously had a semi-shear which I really liked as far as style but it was impractical because it did not give enough privacy at night. These curtains are very high quality in construction, fabric, and style. I love the back tabs and pleats. I added the wand from my semi-shears to keep them clean. Now i just pull it across (glides so nicely thanks to back tabs), and the curtain is automatically adjusted for fullness because of the sewn-in pleats. The previous curtains had back tabs but no pleats, so I always had to adjust in the fullness. This is such a nicer look than just a rod pocket curtain. And now I have lots of privacy! February 3, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Happy with Drapery Purchase Ready made pinch pleat drapes are hard to find. Happy with the drapes. Definitely NOT the quality of past JC Penney pinch pleat drapes I purchased 20 years ago. Other vendors offer pinch pleat drapes that cost 4 times the price. Buy the better quality drapery hooks with sharp points not the ones with blunt ends when hanging the drapes. I also purchased heavy duty curtain rods. (different vendor) I didn't iron before hanging (hate ironing). I did consider having them professionally blocked, but I will do that later. Very happy with the results. Picture is just after hanging. The wrinkles from packaging mostly came out after hanging for two weeks. are they perfect? No. Satisfied with the results? YES. November 27, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Quality not worthy of Penneys Name Bought these to replace JCPenney drapes purchased 15 years go. These are NOT of the same quality at all!! I am so incredibly disappointed in Penneys - I've ordered from the catalog, and now online, for over 30 years and have never been this disgusted. The pleated portion at the top is so 'papery' it actually crunches when bent. When I try to open the drapes, they bunch up horribly at the top, and although they meet in the center, I have to pull the two sections closed in the middle - as if they're not sewn on the fabric's grain? They ARE hanging a bit better than last night (when I left my first review which was mysteriously denied, I just found out). I attached two photos. I guess I'll start saving for custom drapes that I'll order elsewhere. Sorry, Penneys. You've let me down big time. Buyer beware - you get what you pay for. August 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by I love my Royal Velvet pinch pleated drapes. They will provide warmth in the winter and keep the bedroom cool in the summer. I love the elegant appearance the pinch pleated drapes gave to my bedroom! September 2, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Met my expectations In better times I've purchased custom drapes and there's definitely a reason they're more expensive than the ready made ones. That being said, now that I'm on a tighter budget I had to find lined drapes that would filter out at least a good portion of the sun, and not break the bank. These fit the bill. I bought them on a 1/2 price sale and in a size that two panels would cover a very large living room set of windows. Finding drapes made for hooks is getting harder and harder. These drapes were made for either hooks or a rod going inside of the top of them. Installation was relatively easy and once I had the traverse rod installed, hanging them alone wasn't hard at all. Once they were up like all drapes that had some creases from where they were folded. We have a steamer and within minutes I had all of the major creases out. We watch a lot of TV in the living room and while not what I would call "blackout drapes" they do a reasonably good job of cutting down the light at mid-day. They are light weight, again a function of their reasonable price. If your circumstances are similar to mine I would recommend these drapes. I got them in dark brown, and they are indeed very dark brown. January 31, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by This product does not have same quality as jcp home. Purchased pair of "jcp home Supreme" drapes two years ago for the living room, just recently painted the room and hung the drapes. However they were not wide enough, and the closest match were these Royal Velvet drapes. The fabric is the same, but the quality of the product does not compare. These you can see the stitching on the sides and the hem, they are not blind-stitched and the pleats and hem are not as stiff. December 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love my new drapes! Love my new drapes. I ordered twelve cream panels for my living room and dining room. The color is terrific and the quality is excellent. These drapes are lined and weighted!!! I could not be happier. October 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product at a terrific price! I wanted a more elegant look but didn't want to have custom curtains made. When I saw these I knew these would work and then I couldn't decide which color I wanted, the green or cream. I had them hanging next to each other, trying to decide, when I realized "heck, why not combine them?!" I did and they look great! They totally brighten up our room! Everyone that sees them can't believe I got them at such a terrific price! I'm planning on changing out the curtains in our other bedroom next! August 29, 2015
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NO
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Read the item description carefully. It will tell you if only a panel is sold or a pair of panels is included. A panel is only one piece.
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You need to order 2 panels to make 1 pair. Use the width of your window and divide in half to get the correct size. As already stated, order 2 panels to have a pair.
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No, you order two panels or more depending on window size. I used 2 panels at a large size for my daughters room and smaller panels for a smaller window, just 2. Awesome drapes, JCPenney always has awesome drapes of great quality!
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No. Buy 2 panels half the size that you need if you want them to open in the middle.
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No, order 2 panels. i didn't and had to order the second when I was ready to hang them.
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No, the panels do not come in a pair.
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No, there is one panel per package. I hope this helps!
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I'm going to use these on my patio slider door (75" wide x 95" long). Is the length measured from the top of the curtain or from where the pinch pleats are, I'm not sure what size to purchase.
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From top of curtain - length given is edge to edge. Order 95".
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75" wide x 84" long
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Since you plan to use on a patio door , I would measure from the top of the curtain. You do not want these to drag the floor since they are going to be used in a passage way. If they were on a window it would not matter if they laid on the floor.
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I think you mean 75" high and 95" wide? The height is from the bottom all the way to the top. If you use a regular traverse rod and have the top of the pleat about 1/4" to 1/2" above the top of the rod, then an 84" panel will have the rod around 8 3/4" above your door, which would work. Depending upon your ceiling height, you might want one even longer. You didn't say.

The width of the panel is the width at the top. The bottom is about 1.5 times wider, so the fullness is already sewn in. I found that buying two panels with each equal to half my width plus 4 or 5 inches overlap at the middle and 3 or 4 inches return at the end worked. This means that, when closed, the top of the panel is gently tight against the rod and the drape hangs below with nice sewn-in folds. Mine were plenty full when hung this way and didn't overwhelm the traverse rod when gathered for opening.

You need to add in the extra width at the sides for gathering the drape. I don't know what you want there, but as an example, if you wanted an extra 15" on each side to gather the drape, then your full width is 95+15+15=125". Half of that is 62 1/2". Add 4" for the return and 4" for the overlap and you have 70.5" for each side. That's a really good match to their 75" wide panel. So, you could get two 75" wide panels, *if* 15" to 20" is enough to gather on the sides. Just adjust your rod width to match. That would mean using a total rod length of about 134 inches. I'd make that a little shorter to give yourself some playing room. Maybe 132"? Lay it all out and make sure it works before you hang it, then you'll know.

The 84" long panel will fit over your door if it is 75" high but if your ceiling is higher or if you like having the rod higher, you can go with the 95". In an 8 foot ceiling, the 95" would put the curtain pretty much up against the ceiling. Hope this helps. I struggled figuring out what size to get because the information online from Penneys is confusing for this curtain. They never say that the fullness is already sewn in, which is the critical thing to know.

See my review of this about changing the direct of the pleats to get these to gather on a normal rod.

By the way if you plan to hang the curtain *below* the rod, e.g., from clips, then all my vertical numbers here are wrong and you'll have to recompute them. Double check everything here before you proceed. It could be wrong and is only meant to illustrate how the measurements worked on the curtains I received from Penney's
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Carefully measure the length and width of your item. It is common to double the size of the fabric for each window if you would prefer a fuller look.
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They are sized from top to bottom.
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The panel size fits my window, but I wanted a thermal lined drape. However, thermal lined drape does not come in the proper size.
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Yes
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Yes, fully lined
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Yes, it is fully lined from top to bottom. If you are looking for a drape to block the light this does a very good job. Every window in my house has the brand of drape. The thermal lined block the light completely. Very good quality and choices in colors.
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Yes it is fully lined. Lining is not exceptionally thick but not cheaply thin either. The drape is a nice weight and together they will insulate a window I believe, although not as in "thermal". I would have preferred a thermally lined drape also but not unhappy with this alternative :)
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Yes, it is lined from top to bottom.
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I bought a 62.5" panel to cover a 50" wide area, and it worked perfectly. I don't think you need to order double the width like you read. Pinch pleats have the fullness sewn in. I would order 2) 25" panels and see how you like it. Returns are easy if you don't like it. I ordered a 100" wide panel first and it was ridiculous, so I returned that to the store and re-ordered. Got free shipping both times.
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That depends on how far beyond the window opening you plan to mount the rod. Assuming 3 inches, it's 46 +6. Then you need to add the rod projection and maybe a 1 inch overlap at the middle. Then divide that total by 2 and it will give you each panel width. The problem with current drapes is they only sell the panels in set widths. In one case I bought 3 panels, cut one in half and added 1/2 panel to each panel to get the width I needed without extra fullness. OR buy bigger and have some fullness.
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I would order at least the 37.5 in. for each panel. They should total 1-1/2 to 2 times the window width.
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you would want to get 2 panels that would make 2-3 times the width of your window, so 2 48" width panels or 2 75" panels, depending on how full you want them
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You will certainly want to have enough fabric to play with for a pinch pleat look. Please take a look at our measuring guide here:

http://www.jcpenney.com/dotcom/window/cat.jump?containerId=JCP|pg40030700011&cmJCP_T=M2&cmJCP_C=Feature&id=cat1005030117

And here is a guide on how to select length and hanging styles:

http://www.jcpenney.com/jsp/browse/marketing/promotion.jsp?pageId=pg40055300010&containerId=JCP%7Cpg40030700011&cmJCP_C=Feature&cmJCP_T=M2&_requestid=297886
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You need the hooks that have a sharp point to them. They are easy to insert into the pleat. There is a place at bottom of pleat where you can insert the hook. Took a few tries but I finally figured out what to do.
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The size drapes we ordered were only available online. The site lets you check the store inventory, too.
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No hooks or clips required.
They look fine.
Bought online.
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You don't need any hooks or clips. The "back-tab" refers to a loop on the back side of each "pleat" and all you have to do is push a round drapery rod(I'm using 5/8"") through each one and hang up the rod. Easy!! PS you could put a drapery pin through each pleat(on back side) and hang that way on rod with cords for opening /closing but really they hang gracefully using the "loop" and slide very easily on round rod when you manually pull to close or push to open. And these round rods are no doubt cheaper.
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You can use clip rings or pin hooks, or even slide the rod through the back tabs. You can view our clip ring selections below:

http://www.jcpenney.com/window/shop-/curtain-rods-hardware/clip-rings/_/N-1noxafZ1z1418a/cat.jump?id=cat100260231&deptId=dept20022800026&onClick=true
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