Tieback

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What is a Tieback?

Tieback definition- A soft loop of fabric, cord or chain that holds back drapes. They can die directly around a drape or to tie a drape to a side-window pole.

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A tieback is an important accessory to drapes. It holds them back and allows for outdoor light to enter the home. Any fabric can be used to make a tieback; it can match or compliment the drapes. 

Last Updated: January 19, 2012
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