Textiles

1813 Textile

1813 Textile

It was a privilege indeed to reframe this century old textile. It’s in pretty good condition for its age. Normally I would lace textiles (or put them onto backing fabric and then lace) onto backing boards but because of it being a fine linen material any pulling of the fabric may cause damage. It is therefore held in place on conservation grade backing board with a piece of inert mylar plastic slightly bigger than the textile and taped down at the sides and bottom. Glazed with conservation glass

What a difference a reframe can make!

What a difference a reframe can make!

Originally framed in 1977 this has had a reframe to freshen it up and protect it. It is a cross stitch on linen gifted from the maker to her friend, a gift made even more thoughtful with the wording in the stitching and the writing on the dust jacket on the back of the frame. It is in good condition considering it has had no glazing for 45 years. Now it has a green mount, with oak moulding and standard glass to present and protect it.

A labour of love

A labour of love

This took its owner over forty years to complete so she wanted it framed as best as possible. She choose this complimentary deep gold distressed frame with antireflective glass. Mount spacers, coloured blue, create a air space. Framed at level 2/ conservation standard.

Mums Cross Stictch

Mums Cross Stictch

XS laced onto board and framed with green mount and oak frame. "I have had several items framed by Sarah at Fellows Framing, and the standard of framing and service provided is exceptional. Sarah's passion for preserving artwork and artifacts so that they can be enjoyed for many years to come, is evident, and her craftsmanship is superb. Highly recommended."

A trio of Birds

A trio of Birds

Beautiful cross stitches of a robin, peacock and kingfisher. Laced and framed up with an off white mount and grey frame. A nice trio for the maker to hang together on her wall.

Stained Glass Window in Textile

Stained Glass Window in Textile

Textile mounted between two frames held together by magnets to allow access to remove textile.

Sports Rugby Shirt

Sports Rugby Shirt

A signed, by Sam Warburton, Welsh rugby shirt all framed up. A nice piece to frame, fully reversible in a putty driftwood deep frame, slate grey mount and standard glass. And nice comment by the client to “thanks to Fellows Framing for the professional job mounting it”.

Orchid Cross Stitch

Orchid Cross Stitch

Cross stitch laced onto board, bold deep mountboard and hand painted light grey frame.

Flower X Stitch

Flower X Stitch

Laced onto board, double mounted, and finished in Oak frame.

X Stitch Bear

X Stitch Bear

In v grooved mount with ash frame. Laced onto mountboard.

Crochet Textile

Crochet Textile

Stitched onto fabric and then laced onto foam board. Deep frame keeps it away from the glass.

Moons and Rivers

Moons and Rivers

Creative needlework. Conservation clear glass to slow down UV damage from light.

Waistcoat

Waistcoat

Colorful needlework protected by specialist glass.

Poppy Field Tapestry

Poppy Field Tapestry

"Fellows Framing were given a tapestry that was quite out of shape, and managed to get it square enough to frame. The choice of frame and mount really enhance it. We are thrilled with the final product" Christine

Childrens silk painting

Childrens silk painting

 X stich

X stich

‘The x stich took me 2 years to do and I wanted the framing to do it justice. I was guided by Fellows Framings expertise, had a good choice of materials and look at it! I am so pleased with it and I know that it will protect the fabric for many years to come. I will definitely be bringing my next piece to you. Thanks so much’. Harriot K

A Dictionary of Cakes

A Dictionary of Cakes

This colourful large X stitch has been laced onto board to stretch it and then put in a hand painted distressed frame. The extra thick mount board has had a V groove added. 'Fellows Framing was recommended to me and I am absolutely delighted with the result. I love the simple elegant design that proudly shows of my work.' Mandy A

Co-operation is better than conflict

Co-operation is better than conflict

A lovely X stitch simply framed.