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When you go to hand your drapery panel, you will hook your drapery hooks into your drapery ring or into your traverse rod and then you’re likely going to want to secure the lose end of your drapery panels. If you do, you can use what we call an end hook, these are also available at draperysewingsupplies.com and there, there’s a single version of the 4 prong hooks that you have here. We have booked the long neck and the short neck for the purposes. So if you’re going to use long neck 4 prong hooks, you need a long neck end hook.
And you will insert that in your last pocket over here on the end of your curtain and hook that into your drapery ring or traverse rod to secure the end of your panel. This is optional but in many cases, very desirable, so you also have these end hooks to use.
One other way that you can use this deep pleat tape is to use the single end hooks to hang a flat panel. This is a really nice way without using drapery pins to insert and damage the fabric instead, you would sew your deep pleat tape onto your heading and then where you would like to hang your drapery panel, you would simply insert a single end hook for every where, every location that you want to hang it onto, say a drapery ring. This is a nice clean way of hanging a drapery panel instead of using say, you know, a drapery pin or clips