1-1/4" Jute Frame Edging - By The Foot
- Product ID: 501001
- Content: Synthetic Jute Fill with Burlap Cover
- Size: 1.25"
Sold: Sold by the Foot
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 50 Feet,
when ordering more than 50 Feet please note it may come in more than one piece.
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What are uses of jute frame edging?
BEST ANSWER: This isn't a decorative element. This is used to soften the top edge of wooden framing to cushion the edge for comfort and increase the life expectancy of your decorative fabric. After installing burlap over your springs and tacking or stapling it to the frame. Edge roll is tacked to the frame to form the top edge. the space behind the edge roll is filled with rubberized horsehair, secured with stitching up and down through all layers including webbing to prevent shifting of padding, and topped with a couple of layers of cotton batting. Use scrap batting to fill any odd gaps. Your final layer of cotton batting should extend smoothly over the top of your edge roll and down the sides; tack it lightly in place and tear off excess that extends into your final 3/4-1" perimeter to the finished frame. Cover with muslin, squared to the piece, and temporarily tack from the centers out towards the corners smoothing from the center to the edges until firmly and snugly stretched. Tacks should occur at 3/4"-1" from finished frame. If you are satisfied with the firmness, drive tacks all the way in. Trim off excess muslin close to tack line. Next layer is your finished fabric tacked within the last centimeter so that your final trim or welting will hide tacks.
This large size edge roll is the highest quality. Perfect for large furniture.
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