Framing your Tapestries.

I have found over the years, that small tapestries framed under glass sell well, look great and seem to get past the barrier of "oh its a weaving".

Framing them in a box frame allows the tapestry to "breath" without being constrained by a mat, and well away from the glass.

However it can be expensive. This tutorial teaches you how I frame my work with Australian made, readymade frames, to keep the costs under control without sacrificing the look and finish of your work.

I hope you enjoy it, feel free to comment, and I invite you to have a look at my tapestry weaving course as well. Thank you.

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Free Tutorial on Framing your work

Save money by using good quality ready made frames for your small tapestries.

I have found over the years that small tapestries shine (and sell) if they are boxed framed under glass. This can be expensive if you get a custom frame made. However there are good quality ready made options out there and I will show you in this tutorial how I use them to frame my work.