In weaving, framing may be known as a "line" or you may consider it more as a procedure. In which you are connecting a texture to the surface of the texture you're chipping away at, framing includes laying a segment of weaving string (or a comparative material) onto your texture and sewing it onto the work.
It very well may be chipped away at straight lines or bends and can even be utilized in any example instead of other framework join, for example, backline or stem line. When working this join, you will ordinarily have two bits of string going without a moment's delay. They can be the equivalent or an assortment of hues, and utilize an alternate number of strands.
To work framing, carry a needle with the principle string up toward the start of the line you are working (point 1). Bring the needle down toward the stopping (point 2). On the off chance that the line you are working is bend, keep the string free enough that you can move the string along the line. You can change it as you work.
Track down the principle string with the second bit of floss. Come up on one side of the principal string (point 3) and down on the opposite side (point 4).
Rehash the attaching join along the line of string to anchor it to the texture. Framing can look at a variety of courses relying upon how you function it and the materials you use.
In the best model over, the primary string is six strands and the attaching lines are worked in three strands of a lighter purple around 1/4-inch separated.
Utilizing alternate shading gives it a striped look and you can get extremely innovative with this. Utilizing fewer strands makes the attaching join progressively fragile. In the event that you utilize coordinating floss and just a single strand, the attaching turns out to be about undetectable.
The base precedent (indicated in part attached) is additionally six strands for the primary string. The attaching lines are likewise six strands of similar shading and they are near one another. Working the attaching lines near one another makes it like an exceptionally minor cushioned glossy silk join. When you've worked on framing a bit, have a go at including it into your next weaving venture!