Textile arts are growing in popularity at the moment - many people areexperimenting with hand and machine embroidery in particular and arelooking for ways to preserve and display their work.Picture framers have seen a distinct increase in the numbers of peoplebringing textile art (as opposed to paper-based art) in for framing -but the techniques and skills needed to frame textiles are verydifferent to those needed for traditional picture framing.This book is endorsed by the Fine Art Trade Guild.Nothing else like this on the market.
Annabelle Ruston is an editor for the Fine Art Trade Guild. She has also written The Artists' Guide to Selling Work and Starting Up a Gallery and Frameshop for us.
'Another inspiring book in the Textiles Handbook series.' Marsh Newsletter (Summer 2009) '...provides all the information you need...' www.karenplatt.co.uk (June 2009) '...will provide inspiration and advice for anyone wanting to frame a piece of lace.' The Lace Guild - Sara Ruks