When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Framed embroidery

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Framed embroidery. Get inspired and try out new things.
Making a Distressed Painted Picture Frame for your home

This week on the blog we are making a distressed painted picture frame to surround the most beautiful piece of delicate embroidery...

The Easiest & Fastest Way to Display Embroidery on Stretched Canvas

Looking for a classy way to display your embroidery art? Try stretching it on a canvas frame. Featuring your embroidery project on stretched canvas or stretcher bars gives it a beautiful and elegant finish, and it’s much easier (and faster) to do than you might expect.

Flower Embroidery hoop Floral design frame Mimosa flower Minimal wall art decor yellow handmade gift ideas Kitchen decoration neutral color * A beautiful hand embroidery is perfect gift for flower lover, as anniversary gift, birthday gift or just wall decor art. The Mimosa represents the feminine world. This flower looks very delicate, but it is actually very strong and able to grow in hostile lands. Yes, just like women!  Measurements 18cm Nurge hoop *To display your hoop, either hang it or lea

Flower Embroidery hoop Floral design frame Mimosa flower Minimal wall art decor yellow handmade gift ideas Kitchen decoration neutral color * A beautiful hand embroidery is perfect gift for flower lover, as anniversary gift, birthday gift or just wall decor art. The Mimosa represents the feminine world. This flower looks very delicate, but it is actually very strong and able to grow in hostile lands. Yes, just like women! Measurements 18cm Nurge hoop *To display your hoop, either hang it or…

Embroidery art can look great framed in an embroidery hoop but if you want to go for a more sophisticated look you can frame your work in a rectangular or square format.  Making a trip to your local framers is an option or you can do it yourself at home using a wooden frame.    You will need:  Completed embroidery art on a large enough piece of fabric to comfortably wrap around the frame.  I suggest having 2 - 3 inches extra on each edge but it will of course depend on the depth of wood frame...

Embroidery art can look great framed in an embroidery hoop but if you want to go for a more sophisticated look you can frame your work in a rectangular or square format. Making a trip to your local framers is an option or you can do it yourself at home using a wooden frame. You will need: Completed embroidery art on