Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church

Church founder and builder Thomas Simon called us to get some help bringing this project to life. Little did we know it was going to be such a wonderful project to work on. We provided with preliminary budgeting pricing and after a site survey trip we received the order. All curtains were made from Synthetic Encore Velour 22oz IFR, and the swags and traveler included gold bullion fringe.  The main curtain also includes a custom cross appliqué made in two pieces so to open and gather to the sides with the curtain.

Center view of altar curtain

Custom swag-valance and pleated traveler curtain with cross applique.

Right perspective

Main bi-part curtain with cross appliqué travels on a high quality BESTEEL® 170 Series curtain track

Left perspective

Traveler curtains built with 50% added fullness. Swag valance features horizontal and vertical fullness.

Holy water fountain

View of curtains and pews from behind of Holy Water fountain.

Church before the curtains

Empty altar area prior to our curtains and rigging hardware.

Adding the cross

Cross applique in the making

Custom fringe

Two of our beautiful seamstresses adding 6" bullion fringe to bottom edge of traveler curtain

Installation time

Tacking board being installed to support masking swags

Installing the track

Our high quality curtain track being installed and assembled.

Track and valance installation

Finishing track hang points and mounting swag valances

Installing gold rope

Finish touch up. Installer fixing rope trim

Side view of swag valance

Side view of swag valance. Swags manufactured from Velour Encore 22oz IFR


Curtain separating sacristy from altar area

Church building

Beautiful building architecture!


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