There are many different types and styles of needleworks. Cross-stitch, embroidery, tapestry, needlepoint, patchwork, stumpwork, lace, hardanger, goldwork, applique, knitting, smocking to name a few. Not to mention garments.
Since our business was established in 1985 we have framed each and everyone
of the above many times over. We have the right experience, techniques ,
materials and qualifications to make your needlework complete.
It will not only look a whole lot better it will last much longer as well.
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This handwoven creation has been framed with natural timber colours. Hand stitched onto a grey matting with this wooden insert.
Crochet item in hexagon matboard with matching
corner cut-outs. Finished in a dark blue ribbed frame.
Fireguard needlework.This item needed some tlc
It was brought back to original condition using high
quality materials to prelong it's life.
This very feminine lady and horse needlework was
gives a soft look by using rounded matboard corners.
And adding matboard cut-out flowers in the corners.
This ABC teddybear needlework is always popular.
Bright framing material colours lend themselves well.
This very old hardanger was framed using subtle colours.
By using these colours the attention is very much on the
This more modern hardanger was matted using a beige
and finished using a crackled black frame with gold lip.
This patchwork dates back to the late 1800's.
It was laced on cotton boards and framed to
This felt fish was stitched on conservation white.
Finished in a deep white recessed frame.
This is a hinged five panel nativity cross-stitch.
Measuring about 1500*500mm.
Each top frame piece was cut so to follow the angle
of the rays.