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What types of curtain patterns does McCall's offer?

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McCall's offers several curtain patterns, including pattern M7034, which is a valance and curtain pattern; M4408, a mix and match curtain and valance pattern and M5828, a curtain and window shade pattern. Most of the patters come with more than one finish option in the envelope. Some of the patterns include the valance portion of the curtains as well.

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Pattern M7034 comes with four different options. The A pattern is a rod pocket curtain and valance that can be from 20 inches up to 80 inches. The other three patterns are valances only and include a Roman valance, a modern gathered valance and a wave valance. The suggested fabric for the pattern is home decorating fabric, but it can be made with lighter weight material. Using lighter material can cause the curtain and valance to hang differently from heavier material.

M4408 is a pattern called Window Essentials. There are six pattern options in this envelope, which will fit windows that are 36, 48 and 60 inches wide. There are options for both valances and curtains or just valances. The B option, for example, is panels added to the A valance to give the full window treatment. The E pattern works the same way, with the curtains being added to the D valance. There are four total valance options, all of which can be mixed with the curtains.

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