View Full Version : Curtain Tieback Re-designed

Dee Gallo
05-28-2010, 1:41 PM
Using Andrea's idea of a no-screw tieback, I designed this one, which is a one piece deal instead of two. It's just a rounded rectangle with a hole in the middle, then heated and bent to make it curve on the front and back.

I hope you can see the thing in the pix, but it's easy to use and is still fairly invisible. It does change the shape of the curtain, so I'm not sure if I like it better than the first design that had to be screwed to the window moulding (an idea my husband does not like!)

cheers, dee

Dee Gallo
05-28-2010, 2:13 PM
Okay, that last one was too clunky, so I thinned it and made it smaller to make it shape the curtain better. Here is the final design which I think I will use! I left it flat on the back and curved on the front.

cheers, dee

George Brown
05-28-2010, 5:09 PM
Very nice Dee. Less obtrusive, does not detract from the drapes. I like it.

Chuck Stone
05-28-2010, 7:23 PM
I dunno.. I think they're all pretty clever..

Amy Santos
04-04-2014, 11:22 PM
Curtain tie back ideas. Now, I've got four ideas here. The simplest is this swing arm brass curtain tie back which would be fitted to the wall or the window frame and would hook round the curtain and be very simple indeed.