June 7 monthly meeting: Custom Framing to Protect and Display Heirloom Knits

Program: Custom Framing to Protect and Display Heirloom Knits

Joy Owens will present a program on how to best protect and display memorabilia knit items by conservation custom framing. On display will be a christening gown and bonnet, a baby sweater hand knitted by a great-grandmother, and a crochet doily that dates back several generations. Members of the guild are encouraged to bring items that they might have questions about the proper way to frame.

About the presenter

Joy E. Owens is a Certified Picture Framer (CPF), an instructor within the National Needleart Association, and the owner of Things Remembered Custom Framing…And So Much More in Gastonia, NC.

She established her custom framing business in 1981, and added needleart supplies and yarn to the gallery 3 years ago. A specialist in memorabilia framing, the motto of the shop is “We Frame Memories.” All custom framing work is “conservation framing” using the finest in museum quality moulding, mats, and protective glass.

About Jorah Lavin

I've been knitting since 2007, and I have no plans to stop. There is a lot of yarn out there!
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