Q: Can this pattern be made with 2WOM per panel on rings with good results?
A: The Cuff Top Panels can be made up in multiple widths. We like to cut a mock out of lining or an old sheet - even scrap fabrics and hang it up so that we can get a better idea of what multiple widths will look like before cutting your decorative fabric. That will help determine how many humps you actually need. And you can go from there. This has kept us from making some BIG mistakes in the past.
Q: Is it possible to use this pattern for a cafe curtain and have the cuff straight instead of scalloped? Thank you!
A: The Cuff Top Panels make fabulous cafe curtains but er have never done them straight. They might have a little too much space between the rings but that is easily adjusted by just adding one more ring per panel. Sounds like a great idea!
Q: In one of the pictures it looks like this pattern is on a rod instead of being stationary. Do you have any tips on how to make the conversion to allow for it to be mobile and on a rod?
A: It is totally ok to install on a rod and you can also use the panels for privacy to draw back and forth without having to alter the pattern (as long as your panels are wide enough to cover your window - additional widths need to be added for wider windows), however, when drawing back and forth the cuffs and dips between the cuffs don't always go back into place as they were dressed when installed. Sometimes they can look messy depending on the fabric you use. I personally draw mine all the time and don't have a problem with the way it looks. Hope this helps.