[HNW] could use some advice
cknewell at earthlink.net
Fri Aug 10 06:11:04 PDT 2007
< I lean it on the back of a dining-room chair. This has the added
advantage, if you choose the right chair, that you can prop your feet up on
This doesn't quite fit in with my lifestyle, nor when I'm exhausted or in
pain and really need to sit back while I do needlework of any kind.
< It is my opinion that if you stitch tightly you don't want to use a
roller frame, anyway. It's much easier to get even tension all around with
I've not had much of a problem with using roller frames for the smaller
projects -- it's the ones over 24" wide that tend to pull. Besides, I can't
quite see myself (even with my long arms) reaching the center of such large
projects if they are on stretchers.
So0meone off list recommened cruising Ebay. Duh! Why didn't I think of that?
SCA: Kathryn Goodwyn
"too many centuries...too little time"
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