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February 9th 2018

Conjure up a cosy starry night with our new tapestry, Alcazar. This design has been a long time coming and we hope you like it. A few years ago I started to think about our lovely Alhambra Stars. It’s a popular design, and appears regularly in the workshop to be made into a bag or......

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October 9th 2017

Ah, tapestry frames. The ‘Marmite’ topic of the stitching world! If you love them then you will already appreciate the benefits of using one, but if not…well, that’s fine too. We at Jolly Red are definitely in the ‘love’ camp. Today we have some tips to help you i...

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June 9th 2017

In the Making Up Service area of our website at jollyred.co.uk, we mention something called a mitred border. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term, we’ve compiled some pictures to show you how a mitred border can literally add a bit extra to a finished tapestry. A mitred border is ...

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March 17th 2017

Here at Jolly Red, we are big fans of tapestry frames. For those of you who have never used a frame before and are thinking about trying one, we all got together in the workshop and jotted down some of the reasons that they appeal to us: 1. Getting into good habits George only started using a tap...

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October 6th 2016

October’s here, and for many stitchers that means one thing – the deadline to send in their completed tapestry so that we can return it in time for Christmas*. We’re always amazed at how many tapestries come in during this busy month, and we can tell from the number of calls and em...

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June 12th 2016

Attention, please! We’ve spoken before about tapestry frames but as we receive calls and emails every week about tapestry frames we think a refresher course might be in order, to explain the different sizes. The frames that we sell are clip frames (hence the CF< clip frame). With these you ...

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