Janlynn Needlepoint Kit

August 20, 2006 by  
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Do I really need a frame or hoop to work on Tapestry ...?

Hello, I'm about to launch a project to cover a stool. Http: / / www.janlynn.com/detail.cfm?ID=6484 It's been a while since I've been bitten and it seems that the last time I made a pillow big enough (wool, as this project) and did not bother to use a frame and it worked well. As I begin this pain for some people (Mom knows what you can afford it) I have to put in a context of displacement. I do not like this feeling creates bulky and makes it harder to bring the project. I do not want to regret later, when I ask you all nail there. I have a picture and I travel in different circles sizes. Honestly, I wanted to try to paint my canvas and take it from there, but I found this kit on sale at AC Moores and paid about $ 10 - too reasonable to pass up! Thanks for any help you can offer! You know how anxious I itiching get to start something new ...!

I hardly ever Use a frame or hoop wallflower. It depends on the type of fabric you have and the type of item you use. I think if you work in a diagonal, using the continental point (recommended for carpets and cushions to sit on) is better to have a frame as a mesh used to distort the canvas. However, if you work back, or use the cross stitch and a half, no problem at all. Anyway, if you pack carefully and to steam at the end, you can correct wave it receives. Enjoy your project!


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