Here is a photo of more Hexagons and My TUSAL jar:
Just a side note-
The previous framed finish that I posted (Poinsettia House) that my children gave me for mothers day was not done correctly (As far as I am concerned). Is it just me, or should a framer know that "Pinning" does not mean putting adhesive all over the back of someones work and laying it on a mat board without stretching the fabric & then sealing it all up and charging top dollar to innocent children who are trying to do a lovely thing for their mother?
Because that is what they did - They called it stitchy pin -
Does anyone else find this misleading?
When I took my piece back to the framer & told them the fabric was puckering - They told me that it had fallen off the pins -
And told me they had reinforced it-
Days Later when the fabric puckered again &
When I cut the backing paper off of the piece there was not one pin-
The piece had not been stretched &
Apparently stitchy pin - means adhesive -
So be careful when using a framer -
And be sure they know how to handle linen
Because it is very difficult to remove ink & adhesive from linen especially when the pattern was stitched in hand dyed threads
Has any one else come across this????
I usually lace my work when I frame it - I think I have heard that pins aren't even the best
Any advice - Info -