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Buy Beautiful Embroidered Wall Frame Fabric @300 INR

Original price was: ₹900.00.Current price is: ₹300.00.

Beautiful Embroidered Wall Frame Fabric by Madhav Fashion is a stunning decorative piece that showcases intricate embroidery work, adding a touch of elegance and beauty to any wall.


Beautiful Embroidered Wall Frame Fabric by Madhav Fashion, a remarkable decorative piece that exudes elegance and captures attention with its intricate embroidery work.

Buy Beautiful Embroidered Wall Frame Fabric @300 INR

This stunning frame fabric is designed to elevate the aesthetic appeal of any wall in your home, office, or any other space you desire.

The Embroidered Wall Frame Fabric boasts exquisite craftsmanship, featuring delicate and meticulously woven embroidery patterns.

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Skilled artisans have dedicated their expertise to create a mesmerizing display of artistry, ensuring that each stitch is impeccable. The fabric used is of premium quality, ensuring durability and long-lasting beauty.

How to Create a beautiful embroidered wall frame?

Creating a beautiful Embroidered Wall Frame Fabric involves several steps and materials. Here’s a general guide on how you can make one:

Materials Needed:

  1. Fabric for embroidery (such as linen, cotton, or canvas)
  2. Embroidery hoop
  3. Embroidery floss in various colors
  4. Embroidery needles
  5. Scissors
  6. Pattern or design for embroidery
  7. Backing fabric
  8. Frame
  9. Glue or adhesive (if necessary)

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  1. Select a fabric for your embroidery. Make sure it’s appropriate for the type of embroidery you want to do and that it fits well within your frame.
  2. Choose your design or pattern. This could be a pre-made pattern, a design you’ve created yourself, or something you’ve sketched out. Transfer the design onto your fabric using a transfer pencil or by tracing it.
  3. Place your fabric in the embroidery hoop, making sure it’s taut but not stretched too tightly.
  4. Thread your embroidery needle with your chosen colors of embroidery floss. You can use as many or as few colors as you like, depending on your design.
  5. Begin embroidering your design onto the fabric. There are various stitches you can use, such as backstitch, satin stitch, French knots, etc. Follow your design, filling in the shapes and outlines as needed.
  6. Once you’ve finished embroidering your design, remove the fabric from the hoop and trim any excess fabric around the edges, leaving a border around your design.
  7. If desired, you can add a backing fabric to your embroidered piece to give it more stability and a finished look. Simply cut a piece of fabric slightly larger than your embroidery, place it behind the embroidered piece, and carefully glue or stitch it in place.
  8. Finally, place your embroidered piece

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

What type of fabric is best for Embroidered Wall Frame Fabric?

Choosing the right fabric is crucial for successful embroidery. Opt for fabrics like linen, cotton, or canvas, which provide a stable base for stitching.

These materials have a tight weave that supports intricate designs and ensures durability. Avoid stretchy or loosely woven fabrics, as they may distort the embroidery and make framing difficult.

Can I use any type of embroidery hoop for my project?

Embroidery hoops come in various sizes and materials, but the most commonly used are wooden or plastic hoops.

It’s essential to select a hoop size that comfortably fits your fabric, keeping it taut while you stitch. For larger projects, consider using a hoop with a stand for added stability and ease of use.

How do I choose the right colors of embroidery floss for my design?

Selecting the appropriate colors of embroidery floss is key to bringing your design to life. Consider factors such as contrast, harmony, and the mood you want to convey.

Experiment with different color combinations and shades to find the perfect match for your project. Additionally, using a color wheel can help you understand color relationships and create visually appealing compositions.

What is the best way to transfer a design onto fabric?

There are several methods for transferring a design onto fabric, including tracing, iron-on transfers, and water-soluble stabilizers.

Choose the method that suits your design and fabric type best. For intricate patterns, tracing with a transfer pencil or using a water-soluble stabilizer can provide accurate results without damaging the fabric.

How do I secure the fabric in the embroidery hoop?

To secure the fabric in the embroidery hoop, loosen the screw on the hoop and separate the inner and outer rings.

Place the fabric over the inner ring, ensuring it’s centered and taut. Then, gently press the outer ring over the fabric and tighten the screw until the fabric is firmly held in place. Adjust the tension as needed to prevent wrinkles or puckering while stitching.

What are some essential embroidery stitches to learn for wall frame projects?

Several basic embroidery stitches are commonly used in wall frame projects, including backstitch, satin stitch, French knots, and chain stitch.

These stitches can create various textures, outlines, and filling effects, allowing you to add depth and dimension to your designs. Practice each stitch on a sampler fabric before incorporating them into your project to ensure proficiency and accuracy.

Do I need to use a backing fabric for my embroidered piece?

Using a backing fabric is optional but recommended for added stability and a polished finish. A backing fabric helps protect the embroidered piece from wear and tear and provides support when framing.

Choose a lightweight fabric that complements your embroidery and won’t add bulk to the final piece. Secure the backing fabric to the embroidered piece using fabric glue or a simple running stitch around the edges.

Can I customize the frame for my embroidered wall piece?

Absolutely! Customizing the frame allows you to enhance the overall presentation of your embroidered wall piece.

Choose a frame style, color, and size that complement your design and fit seamlessly with your decor. Consider embellishing the frame with paint, stain, or decorative elements to create a cohesive and eye-catching display.

 How do I properly frame my embroidered wall piece?

To frame your embroidered wall piece, ensure the fabric is clean and free of wrinkles before placing it in the frame. Carefully position the fabric within the frame, making sure it’s centered and stretched evenly.

Secure the fabric in place using the frame’s backing or mounting materials, ensuring it’s held securely without damaging the embroidery. Once framed, hang your masterpiece on the wall using appropriate hardware, taking care to level it for optimal display.

What are the dimensions of the Embroidery Wall Frame Fabric?

The fabric measures 24 inches by 24 inches, providing a versatile size suitable for various wall spaces.

Can the fabric be easily mounted on the wall?

Yes, the Embroidery Wall Frame Fabric is designed with convenience in mind. It comes with a built-in sleeve on the back, allowing for easy mounting on a frame or directly on the wall.

Can the fabric be customized in terms of colors and designs?

Madhav Fashion offers a range of colors and designs for the Embroidery Wall Frame Fabric. Please check their available options or contact their customer support for more information.

How should I clean the fabric?

To maintain the fabric’s beauty, gently spot clean it with a soft cloth or sponge using mild soap and water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or vigorous scrubbing.

Experience the allure of intricate embroidery with the Embroidery Wall Frame Fabric by Madhav Fashion. Elevate your space with this exquisite decor piece, showcasing timeless beauty and craftsmanship.

Additional information

Weight 0.9 kg


Payment Terms

Cash in Advance (CID)

Delivery Time

25 Days

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Supply Ability

8000 , Per Month

Sample Available


Packaging Details

25 to 35 meter one piece cloth one box in 300 meter cloth and it is put in carton plastic laminate.

Main Domestic Market

All India

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