Needleworks, Tapestries & Textile

All needleworks takes many hours to create a piece. To ensure that your unique piece of needlework be properly and beautifully displayed, we use archival materials and conservation methods by stitched-mount or what we called lacing your needleworks onto archival mount board so that it won't wrinkle or sag.

Fabrics should never be placed directly against glass to allow the material to "breathe" the reason why we always recommend the use of a matboard or a spacers to create a space between the framed item and the glass. We also recommend glass using UV grade that could stop the threads to fade so that your piece could be enjoyed for the generations to come.

Check out the gallery of images for some of the works we have done.