Whether it is necessary to hide embroideries under glass?

Whether it is necessary to hide embroideries under glass?
As a rule, after we embroidered any global picture and simply small by the otdykhalochku sizes, we surely want to issue it in a bagetka – simply because it is so more beautiful. Further there is the following question, whether and under glass to make out an embroidery or to leave it without glass. I will tell you honestly, about it there are many disputes in the vyshivalny environment therefore I only want to give a couple of examples for and against "packing" of an embroidery under glass. So nevertheless, whether it is necessary to hide embroideries under glass?

As a rule, the embroidery which was packed under glass, looks more accurately and is certainly more durable, than the same picture, but without glass. First, dust will not sit down on the glazed picture (I mean, on fabric of an embroidery). And secondly, the outline will not be able to absorb in itself smells over time or is prompt to turn yellow, and also threads in the glazed picture fade over time, especially less if they initially were not really qualitative.

Let's consider other option, without glazing of a picture and an embroidery. This option is cheaper and is often applied in case the embroidery in a baguette needs to be sent somewhere by mail that glass did not break an embroidery deliberately do not subject to a glazing. Besides, there is an opinion that the embroidery without glass seems more live and warm that is important for the embroideress.



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