Framing Soft Goods
Framing Sports Jerseys
Whether your favorite sports star is a professional or in little league, framing soft goods like a jersey or banner is a great way to remember a winning season or special game. There are various ways we can frame these types of items.
Showing the entire jersey looks great, but if you don’t have space for it, we can also fold it to show a smaller portion. Either way, it will look dynamic and add excitement to any space!
Framing Quilts/Quilt Squares
Although a quilt can be hung from a rod directly on the wall, it can look more finished and special in a frame. Framing may also be a safer approach when displaying fragile, antique quilts that have been left weak from use.
Some people choose to have individual quilt squares framed so each member of the family has a piece to remember a loved one or ancestor. Quilt squares can look amazing when framed and custom framing is a fantastic way to preserve a true work of art.
Framing Article of Clothing
We can frame just about anything, including clothing. Perhaps you have something special that was handed down in your family, like your grandmother’s wedding dress, a christening gown, or button-up shoes.
Maybe it is your own military uniform or a kimono you picked up on a trip. We can even frame a funky t-shirt, a hand-painted scarf, or a kitschy necktie.
The point is you may find “art” where you least expect it. We look forward to turning something meaningful to you into art for your walls.
Nielsen Metal Framing Catalog
Click on the image above to download the Nielsen Metal Framing Catalog. You may need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your device. You can download it for free from the link below.
Exhibition framing provides an all-in-one solution that includes a Nielsen custom metal frame, 0.118″ thick clear acrylic glazing, 3/16” foam-core (or double weight artboard) mount, and professional assembly that is ready to hang at one low competitive price.
Framing soft goods using our Exhibition Framing is very economical. Click here to learn more!