“Carol” who owned a frame shop here in Broken Arrow, OK in 1992 once told me about mounting a cross stitch project that looked like “worn out hand towels”. It was soiled and wrinkled. I discovered that is often easy to look at a finished piece and figure out whether or not and which type frame was used.
Lokscroll adjusts and tightens without the need for touching the fabric.
A decent “scroll frame” is a good solution for ending up with crisp, clean, unwrinkled, unsoiled needlework . The problems with scroll frames, however, have always been lack of a secure manner of aligning, attaching, tightening, and then scrolling and retightening the fabric. Then Lokscroll came along with a method accepted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office as a new “State of the Art”.
Lokscroll has successfully addressed these problems which had frustrated stitchers for years.