There are a large range of headings, from simple pencil pleat headings to double, triple (French) pleats, box and goblet pleats and eyelet and wave headings.
Once you have decided on the heading, you need to consider which lining to use. Detachable (for a floaty summer look, but warmer in winter), fixed to the fabric (most popular), blackout or interlined. I use both the traditional hand-made interlining technique and a modern bonded lining and interlining.
All curtains are handmade to a high quality finish. They are stitched in my workshop on a really large table which is ideal for laying out even long bay window curtains. When finished they are hung and bandaged to create uniform folds when pulled back.