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Wrapping Linen Liners by Donna Aldridge ©2003




1.
Before beginning, check the fit of liner to painting

Front View




Before beginning to wrap your liner it's always a good idea to double-check to be sure it fits your painting and your frame. If you need help in figuring what size liner or mat you need, read "Measuring Your Linen Liner or Mat" (coming soon).


2.
Measuring and cutting your fabric

Back View





Text Fill: Before beginning to wrap your liner it's always a good idea to double-check to be sure it fits your painting. If you need help in figuring what size liner or mat you need, read "Measuring Your Linen Liner or Mat" (coming soon).


3.
Trimming surplus fabric after gluing to liner foundation; cutting diagonally to inside corners


Back View

Text Fill: Before beginning to wrap your liner it's always a good idea to double-check to be sure it fits your painting. If you need help in figuring what size liner or mat you need, read "Measuring Your Linen Liner or Mat" (coming soon).


4.
Folding over first side of fabric, pulling at the center


Back View




Text Fill: Before beginning to wrap your liner it's always a good idea to double-check to be sure it fits your painting. If you need help in figuring what size liner or mat you need, read "Measuring Your Linen Liner or Mat" (coming soon).


5.
Completed wrap on first side

Back View





Text Fill: Before beginning to wrap your liner it's always a good idea to double-check to be sure it fits your painting. If you need help in figuring what size liner or mat you need, read "Measuring Your Linen Liner or Mat" (coming soon).


6.
Continuing to wrap each interior edge, paying special attention to each corner


Back View


Text Fill: Before beginning to wrap your liner it's always a good idea to double-check to be sure it fits your painting. If you need help in figuring what size liner or mat you need, read "Measuring Your Linen Liner or Mat" (coming soon).


7.
Completing the wrap and doing final check of both front and back sides as well as corners


Back View

Text Fill: Before beginning to wrap your liner it's always a good idea to double-check to be sure it fits your painting. If you need help in figuring what size liner or mat you need, read "Measuring Your Linen Liner or Mat" (coming soon).


8.
The finished wrapped linen liner, ready to grace your painting!


Front View



Text Fill: Before beginning to wrap your liner it's always a good idea to double-check to be sure it fits your painting. If you need help in figuring what size liner or mat you need, read "Measuring Your Linen Liner or Mat" (coming soon).



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Please Note:  All artwork and materials contained on this website are copyrighted by Donna Aldridge.  No image or picture may be downloaded or copied without written permission from the artist.  Many of the painting images you will see on this site may be available for sale in original or in print form by contacting Aldridge Studios.