Pink and Green Fabric Covered Embroidery Hoop Frame. Claire-Aude Print Tana Lawn
Raspberry pink and green Floral, Decorative Embroidery hoop
This design features the classic Liberty of London, Claire-Aude print in a contemporary ping and green colour way. The vibrant raspberry pink and lilac flowers are complimented with a muted bluish green.
My quality wooden embroidery hoops are hand wrap with beautiful Tana Lawn Cotton for a smooth professional finish. My fabric covered embroidery hoops can be either used as a working hoop or as a frame to create beautiful pieces of wall art.
Which size embroidery hoop should I choose?
My hoops are available from a mini 3-inch hoop right up to a large 12 inch embroidery hoop. Simply select the hoop size appropriate to the size of your project and fabric you are stitching on. Hoops are measured across the diameter of the embroidery hoop, from the inner edge of the outer hoop. When framing embroidery wall art, I like to leave around an inch between my stitching and the hoop.
Framing embroidery hoop wall art?
My embroidery hoops are a fantastically easy way to create your own wall art. Simply securing your work or decorative fabric of choice within the hoop and hanging with a ribbon of your choice.
How do I finish off the back of my embroidery hoop?
To help you to professionally finish off the back of your work I have designed some beautiful wooden backs that ensure the back is as perfect as the front. My backs are available in sizes 3 to 12 inches. Multi packs of my wooded Hoop Butts are available here.
Your hoops are hand made to order, however I know many of you use my hoops to frame your gifts for special occasions so if you are on a deadline, please let me know.I will do my best to complete your order as fast as possible.
What does Liberty of London say about 'Claire-Aude' Tana Lawn Fabric design?
Featuring dense and sketchy flower forms within an almost abstract print, Claire-Aude was inspired by a combination of several 1930s traditional Liberty florals. The design was originally created by Susan Collier in 1975 – since the early ‘80s it has been much-beloved as a Liberty Classics print, reintroduced here in fresh and exciting new colour palettes.
in About Liberty Tana Lawn Cotton
Liberty of London is known for its connection to the Arts and Crafts movement and launched its fabric collection in the 1920s and soon became synonymous with quality.
Liberty lawn is called “Tana” because it is made of an Egyptian cotton, which grows near Lake Tana in Ethiopia. This high-quality cotton has an extra fine count giving a luxurious silky feel.
Tana Lawn has become known for its iconic mini floral's which lend themselves beautifully to these pimped up hoops
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