Whether it’s a vintage letterman jacket or a recently finished cloth creation, any textile item can be framed and used as an interesting focal point in your space.
Slipping fabric can destroy the look of the finished treatment. But before choosing a method of securing your items, be aware that some of them require holes in the cloth. If the piece holds no sentimental or resale value, don’t hesitate to sew it directly to the mounting board. Using a thin fabric? Self-adhesive mounting board will keep it in place without puncture marks. To avoid holes altogether, try a jersey case. It uses a garment hanging system to keep the items secure without damage.