Hang your embroidery from a wall or ladder for an eye-catching display. Keep things simple! Clip the top of your embroidered piece to wall hooks or a quilt hanger so you can hang the piece on any wall in your home. For a more rustic look, prop a ladder against the wall and drape the top of your embroidery over a rung.
What do you do with finished embroidery?
A LIST OF WAYS TO USE YOUR EMBROIDERY
- TURN A CHILD’S ARTWORK INTO AN EMBROIDERED KEEPSAKE. …
- MAKE A PIN. …
- MAKE A WRIST CUFF. …
- MAKE A NECKLACE. …
- MAKE A LAVENDER SACHET. …
- UP-CYCLE SOME CLOTHING. …
- USE EMBROIDERY TO MEND A TEAR IN YOUR FAVORITE OLD JEANS. …
- CREATE UNIQUE RE-USEABLE GIFT TAGS.
Should embroidery be framed under glass?
This is why we always recommend mats, spacers, fabric-wrapped liners or other methods to put plenty of space between the glass and your needlework. … We know that the rules generally require that they be framed without glass so that the judges can scrutinize your work very closely.
Can you put embroidery in a frame?
Embroidery art can look great framed in an embroidery hoop but if you want to go for a more sophisticated look you can frame your work in a rectangular or square format. Making a trip to your local framers is an option or you can do it yourself at home using a wooden frame.
How do you transfer embroidery patterns?
Use a heat transfer pen or pencil to trace over the printed embroidery design. Press fairly hard – if the lines are too faint, the design won’t transfer. Position design with the traced side down on the fabric. Press with iron at a high temperature (without steam) to transfer the image.
Do you leave embroidery in the hoop?
If the hoop is large enough to encompass the entire design, you can get away with leaving the fabric in the hoop, but it’s a good idea to loosen the tension a bit when you’re done stitching. If your hoop is smaller than your design, you definitely want to take the fabric out when you’re done stitching for the day.
How do you store finished embroidery?
Avoid storing your embroidered pieces in air-tight plastic boxes. Since this isn’t always feasible, especially in areas with high humidity or when storing them for prolonged periods, archival-quality waterproof boxes are available from photography supply and art supply vendors.
Do you put cross stitch behind glass?
I don’t recommend leaving your cross stitched projects sandwiched between glass. This compresses/flattens the stitches which can make them look odd.
Do you put glass over needlepoint?
Some people swear you should never put glass on your needlepoint. … It’s needed in order to keep the needlepoint flat inside the frame or other display. The trick is getting the needlepoint to lay flat against this stiffener. While there are many ways to do this, three of the most common are gluing, pinning, and lacing.
How do you hang embroidery?
Position your fabric over the inner hoop so the design is facing you and well centred. Put the outer hoop over the fabric. Press down on the inner hoop to pop it into place, ensuring that the design is centred in the frame and that the screw is centred at the top. Tighten the screw, pulling the fabric taut as you go.