I bought 8 brand new curtain panels in the Bazaar pattern from the Toronto store for my sliding doors and an adjacent window for my living/dining rooms. They ended up being about $11 or $12 per panel (reduced a few times fr $49/panel) so I bought 8 thinking at that, price why not double up for extra fullness. I even ended up having the 2" hem dropped (by a prof seamstress) to make them longer costing another $100. I was so excited to finally dress my windows, only to find out that they were all very crooked! And NOT from the seamstress. My mother and I inspected them carefully and the panels were crooked to begin with, not only in length but in width, too!! But it's the bottom hem that really matters. I wasted so much time and money, and now I can't even use them. I can CLEARLY see where the factory hem previously was and how crooked it was to begin with but who thinks to lay them on the floor to see if they are crooked. You just trust that store-bought panels are the dimensions they say on the packaging. I'm talking crooked by up to 2" where the left of the panel is dragging on the floor more than 1" and the right of the same panel is 1/2" off the ground. I'm livid. But of course they were final sale so it's my loss. So upsetting and such a waste of money.