Split Rail Scroll Frame - 4.5" x 9"

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Split Rail Scroll Frame - 4.5" x 9"

F.A. Edmunds 2994

$10.00  $8.99 + $3.69 shipping within the U.S.

(4 reviews)

Size: 9"

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Item: EDM-2994 - Type: Needlecraft Accessories.
4.5" x 9" Mini Split Rail Scroll Frame. The F.A. Edmunds Scroll Frames are made of American hardwoods for years of use. The split rail feature allows you to easily slip your project into the slotted dowel rods eliminating the need for tacking or basting your work to the frame.
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Reviews From Customers Who Purchased This Item

on 12/04/2017 - Great frame
This frame is perfect for your small projects. Light weight, holds tight. Great addition to the scroll frame family.

on 07/05/2017 - Functional
I'm not fond of hoops and find that this small scroll frame is perfect for my small cross stitch projects. I had to lightly sand it down in a few places but that's OK, as long as it is functional... I'm happy with it.

on 01/07/2015 - split scroll frame
Very disappointed in this product! The first one that came was opened when arriving and it was defective..had to mail it back at my own expense. The second one went together properly but not made well and I asked to have it mailed to a different address and directions were not followed so had to mail it to different address at my own expense again! Bad experience on this product!

on 01/03/2014 - split rail scroll frame
The frame did not suit our purposes because the silk material we are working with was too thin to maintain a secure hold at both ends of the frame. If we were working with a thicker material, it would probably be fine, but due to the discrepancy in space from one end of the frame to the other, the material slipped. Also, the frame was rough and snagged the material. We had to sand it down just to get the material in to try it out.