Insulated Weaver's Cloth Pinch Pleat Slider Panel

Sku # 010772739a
Item # 72739
Our easy to use pinch-pleated homespun curtains are backed with thermal acrylic to insulate your rooms against cold drafts and to keep heat out, as well as to block sunlight. Offered in various widths and lengths that accommodate windows of all sizes and patio-style doors.

Please note: All window treatments have a finished hem.

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$117.99 - $169.95
Gold Khaki Natural White
$117.99 - $169.95
UNIT: per panel
  • 96" wide by 84" long
  • The Slider Panel is 96" wide per panel has 23 pleats per panel and requires 25 drapery hooks (sold separately)
  • Cotton/Polyester
  • Backed with a paper-thin acrylic foam lining
  • USA Made
  • Machine washable (please see important care instructions below)
  • Care instructions:
  • Wash one valance/panel at a time, soak on soak cycle 15 minutes in cold water
  • Wash cold gentle cycle, then take the panel out right away
  • Hang up straight to drip dry, so insulation is not touching anything while it dries. Do not put in dryer. Iron low heat on fabric side.
  • Available in Gold, Khaki, Natural or White
  • Item # 72739
  • 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.
  • Order pinch pleated curtains that are about 12 inches wider than the window area you would like to cover.

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

  • Insulated Weaver’s Cloth Pinch Pleat Slider Panel
  • Decorative Traverse Rod
  • Drapery Slip On 4" Hooks (25 drapery hooks) for this 96" wide pinch pleat slider panel
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Q: Does this come in a 95" length? I have a 6 foot wide sliding patio door and want a curtain that goes from ceiling to floor.
Asked : Jul 09, 2016 By : KDW75028, Flower Mound, TX

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Q: Will this curtain fit on a traverse curtain rod?
Asked : Jun 12, 2016 By : Patty, Bruceton Mills, WV

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Q: I have 5/8" diameter rods for this porch slider curtain. Will the curtain be too heavy? If so is there another light blocking curtain I could use with this rod?
Asked : Mar 05, 2016 By : Calvin, Glastonbury, CT

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Q: What size drapery slip on hook is appropriate - 3 or 4
Asked : Nov 25, 2015 By : Cindy, Middlesex, VA

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Q: What is the stacking width of the 96
Asked : Nov 09, 2015 By : DickB, Westwood MA

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Q: Confused. Will one panel suffice for slider, 84" L and 96" W or does that look skimpy? Or should one get two panels so that one could push them aside on both ends? Is that when you would use the 96" pair mentioned in previous answer?
Asked : Oct 02, 2015 By : Trish, Rock Island, IL

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Q: The drape that I am replacing is one solid panel that is covering a 6 foot slider. The rod is 12 inches over so the total opening is 84. How do your panels work- you get (2)n that stretch the 96"?
Asked : Jan 03, 2015 By : Anne, Auburn MA

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 1 review)

By Hunter
Murrysville, PA
"I like them a lot for the price. They certainly were an upgrade from the dirty sheers that came w/ a house I bought. They match some I hung on picture windows in the front. I'd buy them again for sure. I got the natural color."
By Betty
Rosenberg, TX
"I really like the curtains. Well made and very heavy. I've been offing curtains from this company for years and have never been disappointed"
By Barbara
Lincoln, NE
"I just hung my new Insulated Weaver's Cloth Pinch Pleat Slider Panel and I love it! It was easy to hang, just the right weight, well-made, and looks great. What's more, I can already tell that it is warmer in my walkout basement! Thanks for a great product. A friend of mine has the same product, and she loves it too."
By Linda Millis
Portage, IN
"Not happy. Too many seams and it makes the panel looked peiced together. Not heavy weight material so they hang cheaply. Color ok, workmanship is ok."
"I have to say that I was disappointed with my recent order. I thought that the quality of my drapes would of been a better quality, heavier material for the price I paid. And, one of the pleats on the drape was not spaced evenly with the other pleats. Will look elsewhere in future for window treatments"