Satin Banners Can Be Used And Finished In A Variety Of Ways.

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6/23/2017
 
Satin banners can be finished many ways, depending on the usage and size of the banner.
Some popular styles are detailed here, you may request variations in the "special instructions" dialog box on the quote request form.
Style 1,
36" maximum width.

Sides are hot knife cut.

Top
pocket shown with wooden slat inside

hanging cord is stapled onto back

Bottom weighted with rod inserted into a sewn sleeve

Style 2,
48" maximum width.

Can be one or two sided.


Top pocket with dowel and screw eye, cord

Bottom dowel in sleeve
Sides are hot knife cut.

Style 3,
48" maximum width.

Can be one or two sided.


DyeLux satin banner


Top
sleeve with dowel and vinyl cap with cord.


Bottom weighted with rod in sewn sleevel.
Sides are hot knife cut.

Style 4,
48" maximum width.

Fringe bottom, can be "V" or straight across.

Sides are hot knife cut.

Option A

Top pocket with dowel and spear tip with cord.
Option B

Top pocket with dowel and spear tip with cord and tassel.


Bottom 2" fringe,
black, white or gold.

Style 5,
Small to large banners.
Edges are hemmed, metal grommets added as needed for banner size.

Grommets may be brass, (shown), silver or black, to match banner fabric color.
Grommets are inserted in the corners.
In larger banners, every two to three feet top and bottom.

Style 6,
Large banners, over 48" wide
Supported with a cafe rod which can be hung by cords or mounted to the wall.

Larger banners generally use a rolled hem for the sides.
Cafe rod with ball end supported by wall bracket.

Style 7,
hot knife trimmed to size

Satin is cut with a red hot blade which melts and seals the edge to prevent fraying..