10 Tips on How to Showcase Your Textile Artwork in Your Home
August 6, 2020 by Julia Weaver
Since we are all spending more time at home, you have more time to work on art projects and crafts. Showcasing the textile artwork you create can add many elements of design and texture to your home, not to mention give all of your projects a place to be admired. We asked experts from New York to San Diego for their best tips on how to display your textile artwork in your home.
Decorate with seasonal fabrics
An easy, no-sew way to display your favorite textile art is to hang a curtain rod and use the curtain rings with clips to attach the fabric. You can hang dishtowels, hankies, fabric, or quilts. Use dishtowels as cafe curtains in the kitchen, or hang a rod to fill in space on a blank wall. The best part is it’s easy to switch out the fabric seasonally, or when you’re ready for something new. – Stitchology
Stitchology is Albuquerque's cheerful sewing parlor, fabric boutique, and quilt store!
Stitchology is a place to hang out and chat with fellow textile junkies, to learn new sewing skills in an atmosphere of camaraderie and mutual support, or to shop for fabrics, patterns, notions, and books in our retail store. Come have fun in Albuquerque's newest DIY paradise!
The Sewing Parlor is stocked with all the equipment you need for fashion and home dec sewing, and you will always find inspiration and expert instruction from one of our trained Stitchologists.
At Stitchology you will find sewing classes designed for all skill levels, or you can drop in to rent our top-quality equipment.
We carry fabric from: Alexander Henry, Moda, Cotton and Steel, Ruby Star Society, Robert Kaufman, Birch, Cloud 9, Riley Blake, Monaluna, Windham and more!
Monday - Saturday
Meet the Stitchologists
My name is Melisa Hart and I am the owner of Stitchology, a fashion designer, seamstress and sewing instructor with a weakness for all things vintage, quirky and blue. I have been sewing since I was 5 when my mom handed me a yard sale sewing machine and told me to entertain myself. Little did she know she was creating a sewing fiend who would grow up and start her own little Sewing Parlor and Fabric Boutique.
Please remember that while the staff and I hope to inspire and encourage you to create more, project ideas and tutorials are for personal use only…NOT for resale or re-distribution. Do not use photos or written instructions in any way without written consent.
My name is Lynne Reeve and I am the token British employee at Stitchology. I graduated from Art school, and in addition to sewing I love book binding, ceramics and furry friends.