Many people truly appreciate fine bedding. Here are some samples that were requested for a custom pleated bedskirt. The client was contemplating using linen but was also open to suggestions for other fabrics. We decided to try something a little different.
We don’t often end up seeing where our pleating ends up. But when we do… we absolutely love it! The following pictures are of an interior design project we worked on with M James Design Group in Beaumont, TX.
Pleating is defined as the systematic folding of fabric. Now, I’m sure you know what a ninja is but look at the origin of the word. According to dictionary.com, nin- = endure and -ja/-sha = person. Therefore, we can conclude that a #pleatninja is a person that endures to master the art of pleating Sounds reasonable, but I did make that up!
I’m still here! I know I haven’t blogged in a while but I’ve been in the trenches pleating away! I bet you just can’t live without another post regarding pleating….so I apologize and I will try not to let it happen again! I do have good news for you: We just finished another ebook about pleating entitled How to Use Machine Pleating. This one shows examples of machine pleating as well as examples of its use in different styles. In this first version I briefly review things you should be aware of regarding machine pleating, especially as it relates to garment construction. The next booklet we publish will be addressing pattern pleating (or table pleating). Then I will start to revise all these documents and delve deeper into patterning...