Most swag treatments will fit any window just by adding one
swag after another until you reach even the widest of widths.
This isn’t the case with the saloon swag. It will fit
a very large window but cannot be added to with one swag after
another or one scoop or what ever the case may be. But it
works very nicely on patio doors, large picture windows, etc.
This swag is figured by the square foot and there are several
measures you will need to determine your finished product.
You can use rings or tabs for a rod mount or it can be mounted
on a board. You will have a jabot on your shortest side and
the rest of the window treatment will taper until it reaches
the other side of the window where it will have a ripple fold
at the longest point.
You will need:
Allowances left and right of window_____
Add these together to get your FW_____.
Shortest length_____ Your longest length_____.(usually double
Middle length is always nice to get your angle just right_____.
FW____ + 24”(Ripple Fold)= Cut width _____
CW_____ x _____(longest length)= ______- 25%=_____divided
by 144”=_____ square footage.
______sq.ft. x $55 = _______ + $160 (jabot on shortest side.)=$______.00
*To this price you would add any trim or decoration. Tabs
and rings would be separate.
Tabs are $15 each. Twisted fringe or beadwork at bottom would
be figured by the yard.