- Weight: 0.39 ounces
- Dimensions: 15.6 in. h x 11.6 in. w x 0.15 in. d
- Made in US
- Home (Pres-On)
Picture Perfect Framing, Making, Matting, Mounting, Embellishing, Displaying and More
Creator: Katie DuMont | Crafts & Hobbies - 2002This type of mounting board is available in both low and high tack. Both adhesive formulas are acid-free, but the high tack is better suited to needlework and fiber art. Remember that this process is not reversible. Think twice about mounting ...
Publisher: Lark Books
Contemporary Candlewick Embroidery, 25 Home Decor Accents Featuring Colored Floss & Ribbonwork
Creator: Denise Giles | Crafts & Hobbies - 2011-02-28Lacing is another way of mounting your needlework to the board. Center the board on the back of the needlework. Pull the fabric to the back. Starting at one end, work toward the other end, lacing from top to bottom using a needle and pearl ...
Publisher: Krause Publications
Home Book of Picture Framing 2e
Creator: Kenn Oberrecht |boards, but I prefer to scribe prominent vertical and horizontal guidelines, carefully centered on the back of the mount board. NEEDLEWORK MOUNTING OPTIONS Materials and techniques for mounting needlework are numerous. As with ...
Publisher: Stackpole Books
The Quilting Answer Book, Solutions to Every Problem You'll Ever Face; Answers to Every Question You'll Ever Ask
Creator: Barbara Weiland Talbert | Crafts & Hobbies - 2009-04-15or 16" × 20" needlework mounting board, available at crafts and needlework shops. The sandpaper grit will grab your fabric, making it much easier to trace around the template edges accurately with the appropriate marking tool. To make an ...
Publisher: Storey Publishing
Fabric Painting with Cindy Walter, A Beginner's Guide, 11 Techniques, From Colorwashes
Creator: Cindy Walter | Crafts & Hobbies - 2011-09-01SUPPLIES. DIRECTIONS. I 16" x 20" self-stick mounting board, found in the needlework or frame area of a craft store mounting board. (11" x 14" for smaller projects) I 18” x 22" clear upholstery vinyl I Clear shipping tape the vinyl.
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
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