Framing is an essential
part when direct application is involved. An evenly taught suspension
aids in one's ability to accurately design and work. Special suspension
tools can help save time and frustrations as opposed to pining.
By allowing the user to fully adjust the frame, it alleviates the
need to build a separate frame for each size of work. This can be
advantageous when one does a lot of custom work or clothing where
sizes are specific to the piece. If one is working with a set size
every time, building a fixed solid frame may be cheaper but the
frame isnŐt calapseable.
length fixed length canvas stretcher arms plus one box of
100 Silk Pins.
Basic Set $27.50
stainless brass pins mounted in lightweight plastic.
The hooks are attached to the frame using 6"
elastics. They provide an easy way to stretch lightweight
fabrics for painting or batiking. A much quicker way
to mount and dismount fabrics to your frame compared
to using push pins or needle and thread. Allows one
to paint right up to the edge of the fabrics since
fabrics are stretched inside the frame.
of 24 $17.50
are great for suspending scarves without putting holes
into them. This can be advantageous as hole marks
are quite visible when using push pins. Attached to
frame with long thin elastics.
Package of 6"
elastics for clips or hooks.
Each $ 0.39
Flat tacks for
those who prefer to pin down their fabrics instead of suspending
them with hooks or clips. Pinning is usually more taut.
Box of 100 pcs