The forward edge of a curtain, which is pulled over and back. In a pair of curtains, the leading edges are the edges that meet and/or overlap in the centre of the window, track or pole. These edges are often the medium for decoration, such as contrasting fabric borders, rolled edges, appliqué and embroidery, braids and all manner of passementerie, beaded trims and deep fringing–especially when the curtains are caught back into swags

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