I have a pole length of 270cm and my fabric is 135cm. I have worked out that I will need 4 widths per curtain panel. I'm using a pattern fabric which has a very small pattern so a join is unlikely to be seen.
With regards to joining the fabric, it makes sense to join down the middle as the width is exactly half the pole length, but I have always been told (and read from tutorials) that it isn't good practice to have a join bang in the middle.
What do you do when faced with this situation?
Do you still join in the middle?
Or split it so there is half width-full width- half width?
That's not what we do, we would join 2 full widths on one curtain and 2
full widths on the other. Doing what you suggest would end up with 4
joins in the pair of curtains rather than 2.
My lining roll width is 137cm and the curtain fabric is 150cm. My curtains are made made with a 2.2 fullness and my required 3.5 panels has been rounded has been rounded up 4. I have sewn a narrow seam on the lining panels. Do I adjust the sides of the curtain panels or add a narrow panel to the lining (I would need to buy more and therefore cost more!)
Your videos are fantastic and so helpful, i'm on a huge learning curve.
If you were to cut your fabric panels down to fit the lining and they
come to less than 2.2 fullness (when sides are turned). For us that
would not be enough fabric so we would add extra lining instead of
cutting the fabric down.