Needle Art and Textiles
Needle art and textiles sometimes need glazing (glass or acrylic sheeting) and sometimes it doesn’t. Fabric mats, floated above the needle art, stacked mouldings, or shadow box depth moulding, creates enough depth to provide room for air exchange around the textile while adding a visual richness. Padding with polyester batting will enhance the needle art’s three-dimensional look. The edge of the needle art should not come in contact with a wooden frame and should be separated from it with an aluminum barrier tape. At Gallery of Framing we work hard to get the grain of the fabric straight to the frame edge and everything is completely reversible and non-damaging. We will treat your piece of needle art with the same love and care that you used to create it, when we frame.
Call us at 330-835-3046 to set up your professional consultation on framing your work today. Learn more about our other framing options here.