Manufactured in the USA by American Dream Products, this is a good quality tapestry frame, ideal for cross stitch, tapestry or embroidery. Your fabric is affixed to the frame with tape that works as Velcro, making it ideal for those who just want to begin stitching. Extra velcro is available separately.
E-Z Stitch Frame Set, Tape Version includes 2 scroll rods, 2 side bars, 4 oak knobs and a roll of Tape for Fabric. EZ Stitch Tape, a Velcro product, has elminated the need to stitch the fabric to the rods and allows you to effortlessly attach, remove and reattach your project from the rods. Scroll frames come in a variety of sizes to fit your needs. The “size” of the frame sets refers to the length of the scroll rods. Increasing the size will increase the width of the frame for the stitching project.
Each Scroll Frame Set includes:
2 Wood Rods, with webbing fabric and end bolts attached
2 Oak Side Bars
4 Oak Knobs
*The size of the rods, side bars, and length of tape you receive will vary depending on which frame set you purchase.
How it works: There are two separate parts to make the system work the Tape for Scroll Rods & Tape for Fabric. Each part has a sticky back, the Tape for Scroll Rods comes pre-applied to the Scroll Rods. The Tape for Fabric attaches across each end of your fabric or canvas.
The Tape for Fabric and & Rods eliminating the need for hand stitching or machine sewing the fabric to the webbing onto the scroll rods. The Velcro allows you to remove and reattach your project in seconds.
The size of Scroll Frame Sets refers to the length of the scroll rods. Regular scroll rods are 1/2” in diameter and frame kits are are available in sizes 8”, 10", 12”, 14", 16”, 18,” 20,” 22", and 24."
The heavy duty rods are 5/8” in diameter and frame kits are available in 18”, 20", 22”, 24”, 26”, and 28." Our largest rods have a 3/4" diameter and are frames are available in lengths of 30" and 36.”
Frame sets are also available in a Webbing Version, which eliminates the need for Velcro and allows you to hand your project to a strip of webbing that is stapled to the rod.