Jane's Plain & Simple Perma-Press Rod Pocket Curtains - Pair

Sku # 010150332
Item # 50332
A Massachusetts tradition! Classic and affordable, a perfect pairing makes this one of our best sellers. Our curtains are 80" wide per pair, with a 3" rod pocket, 2" heading (heading is not included in the lengths listed). Choose Natural or White. 200-thread count easy care blend. USA Made of Imported Fabric.

Please note: All window treatments have a finished hem.
4.05

(based on 11 reviews)

$24.95 - $39.95
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  • 80" wide per pair
  • 3" rod pocket
  • 2" heading (heading is not included in the lengths listed)
  • Easy Care Cotton/Poly Blend
  • USA Made of Imported Fabric
  • To order a special length or width please call us. 1-800-456-0321, Toll-Free, 24/7.
  • Item # 50332
  • How to Measure information
  • Measuring & Selection Tips videos
  • Using a metal tape measure or a wooden yardstick, measure the width of the window area you would like to cover, typically from bracket to bracket
  • For proper fullness, order curtains that are approximately one and a half times to double the width of the window area you would like to cover.
  • For even wider windows, choose an extra pair of regular width curtains/panels.

To achieve the look shown in the main image we used the following item(s):

  • Jane’s Plain & Simple Perma-Press Rod Pocket Curtains - Pair
  • Becket Adjustable Rod Set
  • Becket Swirl Finials
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Q: Will you ever go back to making this with the smaller rod pocket? When hanging these on a tension rod inside the window casings the 3" is way to much, especially when window is only 45"
Asked : Nov 20, 2016 By : Shelley, Edwards

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Q: Do these curtains come with tiebacks.
Asked : Oct 11, 2016 By : Mari, Millville NJ

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Q: My window measures 83 inches across window sill to window sill I know they are 80 inches across is one pair ok to get or what would you say. Also my room is a mauve color white curtains are ok right?
Asked : Sep 30, 2016 By : Pam, Dunellen New Jersey

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Q: TO ACHIEVE THE FULLNESS COULD I ADD A VALENCE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PANELS?
Asked : Sep 11, 2016 By : barb, TOWSON

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Q: Is there a valance to match the Jane's Plain & Simple Perma-Press Rod Pocket Curtains? If so, what is the number and cost?
Asked : Aug 05, 2016 By : Marie, Woodbrisge, VA

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Q: Can you combine two tieback together to make them longer?
Asked : Jul 03, 2016 By : Debbie, Saratoga, New ork

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Q: My Windows are approx 100 inches wide. Do you recommend 2 sets of the 80 inch or ordering special made of 100 inches per panel. What would be the approx cost of those in 63" & 72"
Asked : Jun 14, 2016 By : Kim, Montvale,VA

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Q: I would like to order these curtains and maybe the valance too. What type of rod would I get if I wanted to add the Valance. Would I be able to put the valance on the 3" decorative rod and what type of rod would the curtain go on?
Asked : Apr 13, 2016 By : Marianne, Wilmington, DE

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Q: What kind of curtain rod should I buy for these curtains? Do I look for a 3 inch rod? Or smaller?
Asked : Mar 18, 2016 By : Terri, Galway, NY

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Q: Can these be hung with a tension rod?
Asked : Mar 15, 2016 By : jessnonna, Virginia

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.05

(based on 11 reviews)

By rondi
Bluffton, SC
1.05
"I purchased these curtains for 13 windows. The fabric blend looked great. I recently began the process-I hung my rods so the top of the rod was at 72". I had to run the rod through the header to get the curtain to skim the windowsill but, that was OK as I had a 1 1/2" rod. I thought the curtains were hanging "stiff"-so I decided to wash them to "soften" them up. I was so DISAPPOINTED - the curtains SHRUNK 2 inches. For the price I paid - I thought it would be a better product"
By Laurie
St Louis Park, MN
4.05
"Yesterday I was finally able to put the curtains that I received in May up in my home. They look absolutely lovely, although the fabric is much thinner than it appears in the picture. My only complaint is that the hem of one of the panels was not sewn correctly. The sewing ended 8 inches from the side of the curtain. I finished sewing the hem myself. Overall I am very happy with my purchase."
4.05
"Great basic curtains. Material is crisp, light-filtering, but gives you privacy as well - you can't go wrong."
5.05
"Have used these curtains throughout my house since I built in the 80's, but am unhappy you have changed to a 3" rod pocket. Couldn't you offer the old-fashioned 11/2"?"
By Cindy
NC
5.05
"Like most other customers, these are simple, basic, classic, easy to take care of, etc. We bought a house in a country neighborhood near a city and these are perfect. I got the natural because all of our trim around windows is ivory and they are perfect. Touched up with a steam iron so easily! I may sew some pom-pom trim on the bottoms for fun and nostalgia, but these are just what I was looking for. P.S. I like the choices of the wide curtains, which are standard sizes. Will continue to order !"