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F&P Made to Measure Curtains


F&P Made to Measure Curtain Service makes designing your perfect curtains simple. Having chosen your perfect curtain fabric, with our help you are able to create something truly unique and control every element of the design. Whether you are looking for extra long curtains or curtains for a bay window, you can have perfectly fitting, custom made curtains in the fabric, style and finish you want.

Our made to measure curtains are beautifully handmade to the highest quality by our experienced team based here in Sussex. Whether you choose a classic or contemporary style they will be made using traditional sewing techniques with a great attention to detail and once ready will be carefully packaged and delivered to your door ready to hang.  Allow 4 – 6 weeks from design to delivery.

neutral eyelet long curtains
floral red, white and blue curtains
red, blue and white spotty curtains on dark wood pole
beige curtains with blue braiding

Choose your Heading:

Pencil Pleat Curtains

A popular tape heading that gives a neat look without being too formal. A pencil pleat heading suits all fabric types and can go on a track or pole, with or without a pelmet.

eyelet curtain

Eyelet Curtain

A good contemporary look with soft wave pleats that stack back neatly. The eyelets come in a range of colours to suit your pole. An eyelet heading can only be hung from a pole. 

eyelet curtain

Simple Gather Curtains

A pretty tape heading most popular with cottage windows, can be made with a stand-up to give a floppy top. A simple gather can be used on a track or pole and works well with fabrics from our English Country Linens.

eyelet curtain

Inverted Pleat Curtains

Another contemporary style most suited to a pole. This hand sewn heading has a single inverted pleat giving a flat finish with a gentle wave pleat. 

eyelet curtain

Hand Double Pleat Curtains

A lovey formal look, this hand finished heading creates a very neat appearance and would suit either a pole or track.

Hand double pleat curtains

Hand Triple Pleat Curtains

Similar to the hand double pleat, the triple pleat offers a more formal look, opt for the triple if you want to add more grandeur to your room. 

Hand triple pleat curtains


Design Extras for curtains



Adding trimmings and contrast binding can add style and colour to your curtains. Use pretty fringes, fan edges or braid to finish off your curtain design. Fringe or fan edging on a leading edge works particularily well if you are having a fixed curtian with a drape. 



Tie backs are used for two reasons; some may use them as a practical tool to hold the curtain back off the window, others may simply want them as a finishing touch to their window treatment. Whilst many people have tiebacks made in a matching fabric, you can also have rope tiebacks and these may pick out a feature colour within your room or match in.



Pelmets are a great finishing touch to your window; you have two options, a stiff pelmet (sometimes called a flat pelmet) or a soft pelmet (also called a valance). The stiff pelmets are supplied with an MDF board and can be straight or shaped. A Soft pelmet can be produced in all the headings barring eyelets and inverted pleats.