Mumbai 1 Wave Fold Panel
Mumbai 1 is a sheer that is heavier than Mumbai 2. It is 90% polyester and 10% linen with a nice linen look. It has a soft drapeable hand and hangs very well as a wave fold panel. Because it comes in a wide width, all panels are seamless.
Our "custom" ready-made wave fold panels come in 6 widths, but are customized to the length you enter. The wave fold tape is sewn on and the hooks are attached to the panels. Just add the included connecting chains and hang on your rod. See our wavefold panel installation sheet. All of our panels have the features of more expensive custom draperies like blind stitched bottom and side hems, weights and fan folding.
Since the panels are customized, they are not returnable. We recommend you order a swatch first. Allow 7-10 days for panels to ship.
For compatible hardware, go to our Wave Fold Rod collection page.
The panel coverage is the maximum width of the panel when it is closed. If you are very close to covering the maximum width with your panels, consider moving up to the next size. The chains connect the hooks on the back of the panel, holding the wave folds in.
The flat width is the width of the panel if the chains aren't used and the panel lays flat. It's possible to just use the panels flat without the chains. They will tend to have a very slight wave from the memory of the wave fold tape and still stack up nicely when opened.
Track width 45". Order 2) 27" panels for a split draw. Order 1) 51" panel for a single draw.
Track width 73". Order 2) 39" panels for a split draw. Order 1) 87" panel for a single draw.
Track width 167". Order 2) 87" panels or 3) 63" panels or 4) 51" panels.
Track width 250". Order 3) 87" panels or 4) 75" panels.
The fullness of these panels when fully closed or "stretched" out is 1.6 fullness. This is also referred to as 60% fullness in ripplefold terminology. Keep in mind that you can order wider panels or a larger number of panels to create fuller draperies. For example, a 75" panel that has a flat width of 118" used on a 59" rod would be 2.0 or 100% fullness.
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