I’m loving the textile art trend you can find from designer decor retailers. Like this Woven Patchwork piece from McGee & Co. What I don’t love, the hefty price tag it carries. Especially when it’s a piece I can make myself at home for very little investment! I’ve made a version of this before using left over […]
Scarf frames are available in any size. We have listed some of the most popular sizes, however, qwe can make any size you need! 20”-40+” made with 3/16” acrylic Includes 2 pcs of clear acrylic, 4 stand-off bolts and hardware for hanging. 8 bolts for over 48" Comes with Silver Bolts unless you specify. **How to determine the SIZE FRAME you need: if your scarf is 24” sq, then you need 26”x26” frame. That allows 1” on all sides for the bolts. Just use double sided tape or glue dots to adhere…
Making framed fabric art is some of the simplest art you’ll ever create and can make a graphic statement! Designers are creating gorgeous fabric patterns and why not use them on our walls? The fabric art I’ve created for my newly made over laundry room is made out of an old frame and a shower ... Read More about Framed Fabric Art
Why you'll love it This handcrafted textile art adds a globally-inspired aesthetic to any wall. Hand knotting to create the intricate patterns in the cotton cloth, which are then framed in a shadowbox style maple wood frame for a museum-quality look that’s truly one of a kind.