There is a wide range of CreatiFrame styles available, and this range is growing all of the time. Style is the word we use to explain the way in which the CreatiFrame looks and works - how many slots it has (if any), where these are placed and any other main features.
All styles have a number code, which will be the same regardless of the shape or size of the CreatiFrame. Most CreatiFrame styles are available in many different shapes and sizes. This is a great way to work series of pieces - perhaps a main work and a smaller ATC version to trade. Of course, not all styles will work at all shapes and sizes, but we do try to work the designs so that they do.
Although we suggest what technique might be suitable for a particular frame style, these are only suggestions. Let your imagination go - try out different techniques and experiment.
Which frame do I need?
CreatiFrame Style 001 have slots on all sides to work a variety of techniques including a host of weaving styles, needlework and wrapping. The sett on Style 001 is 6 epi (6 dpi / 25 dp10cm)
CreatiFrame Style 002 have slots on two short sides - perfect for weaving and needlework, and for techniques such as tapestry and rug work. The sett on Style 001 is 6 epi (6 dpi / 25 dp10cm)
CreatiFrame Style 003 have slots on the two long sides - as 002, perfect for weaving, tapestry and rug work. The sett on Style 001 is 6 epi (6 dpi / 25 dp10cm)
Creatiframe Style 004 have a series of holes on all sides to allow threads and fabrics to be stitched into place. Perfect for needle-made laces, embroidery and applique.
CreatiFrame Style 009 have spaced slots on all sides to work Teneriffe lace & other wrapping techniques as well as some weaving techniques.
CreatiFrame Style 015 have long slots and holes to work a variety of techniques including macrame & knotting, braiding and beading.
CreatiFrame Style 018 have straight edges on all sides. Great for stretching fabrics for embroidery, quilting & applique.