Let your imagination run wild! No sew large grommets come in ten natural color options for coordinating with all materials. Use as an accent throughout a curtain for an overall creative twist! For rods up to 1-3/8in diameter and for sheer or drapery-weight fabrics. Grommets are machine washable. Do not iron; tumble dry or dry clean. Grommet tool not required.
I used these on a handbag that I recently made, and they were awesome! Very easy to use, instructions clear, no issues at all! I will be buying many more packages.
I bought 6 packages to use for new draperies. Four of the packs worked great. They were easy to install and look GREAT. The grommets in the other two packs would NOT connect together. The difference that I discovered is that the ones that worked had 12 prongs on each grommet. The ones that did not work only had 8 prongs.
I just used these on vintage lace panels and they worked flawlessly! I love the look as they are hanging and the fact that they slide back and fourth with ease. I used the template and cut the holes and popped in the grommet with ease! I will be doing a lined curtain next, I will let you know how that goes.
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I have never used grommets before and found this to be the only suitable option. I thought they looked a little fake when they were hanging on the shelf, but as soon as I (very easily) installed them to my drapery panels, I was in LOVE! They make my relatively inexpensive draperies look like I paid top dollar. I have not hung them yet, so I can not yet comment on the quality, but from an aesthetics standpoint, they're perfect.
I like the others had these grommets pop off on my grommet curtains that I made- my husband (an engineer) decided to try sanding down the outside of the circle of the male grommet to equal the height of the 2 inner cirles- so far they have worked. Will try hanging them now to see if they stay on.
I bought these (with coupon, of course) to use on a "My Favorite Bag" pattern which called for cotton fabric lined with a Pellon 987F backing. For the pattern, you needed to install the grommets through the bag front and bag lining, which meant 2 layers of cotton fabric, and 2 layers of Pellon 987F. The included template was easy to use, and the instructions for use were simple enough. However, the plastic construction of this item is not heavy duty enough to use in this type of application. The grommets randomly "pop" apart, not holding in place. I will have to try to apply some superglue or other adhesive and then reinstall hoping they will remain in place permanently. A heavy duty, or twist/lock in place grommet would be a great!
I had my doubt when I bought them. I really wanted metal grommets but they were very expensive. I bought pewter color to match old metal one and they are almost perfect. you have to use template to cut the hole on fabric, the bottom part of grommet not support piercing but pressed on to the top grommet. I had to cut hole little bit bigger than template and it worked perfect. took time to figure it out. Now it looks like professional drapery and my friends love it.