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The first tassel was documented thousands of years ago as a weaving knot used to tie off garments and rugs. The embellishment then developed through the work of artisans in ancient Rome, Persia and Greece.In Roman times, tassels on the clergy's garments distinguished their status within the church hierarchy. Basket carriers during religious processions, called cannofori, were the only ones allowed to wear tassels.
Smocked. This blouse-like and feminine drapery heading is detailwork at its best. Created by fastening pleats into an elaborate lattice pattern, this style is not for the faint of heart. Tip: This heading is great to use when your interior space lacks architectural details.Hire a window treatment professional