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curtain disaster

I’d like to welcome you all to the crafty confessional.  What is dark, curtained, and manly in the Catholic world will be open, girly, and laden with mismade crafts in this blog.  You send me your pics, I post them, and at the end, the craft gods will absolve you.  You don’t even have to say a Hail Mary.  So please, commemorate that scarf you had to shred, that shirt whose collar died, the zipper you had to put in THREE TIMES, or, in this case, those curtains you spent an hours on, as my good buddy Megan did:

I’m not sure what’s worse:  the fact that they’re about half as full as they should be (thus making them look a little pitiful), or the fact that the rod is sagging in the middle under their weight (adding to the pitiful effect).  Ah, a whole afternoon down the drain!

curtain ruffle that is not puffy and sags in the middle

curtain disaster 1

curtain ruffle that is not puffy and sags in the middle, front view

curtain disaster 2

Any suggestions for salvation, folks?

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