Many frame shops dislike framing needle art because of the greater amount of time required doing a quality job. Since we opened for business in 1982 we have framed thousands of needle art projects including, counted cross stitch, needle point, crewel, tapestries and even latch hook rugs. Needle art must be conservation framed, which means that all materials that touch the art must not do damage to the art and preserve it in the best means possible. All needlework is carefully done by hand with staff wearing cotton gloves. We take extra care with needlework, consulting with the customer to decided which is the best method of stretching to use with each individual piece of needlework.