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Included are two different thickness rubber cords. For embroidery cotton fabric for example, the thicker may fit better, whereas the thinner generally works better for aida and equivalent thickness fabrics. Position and place the fabric on the back of the frame and insert one end of the rubber cord.

Please note: the fabric area where this occurs needs to be clear of stitching or the cord may not fit with this extra volume.

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Push cord down around the circumference. Tighten the tension of the fabric as you do to avoid wrinkles.

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One way to finish the back is to trim the fabric and stitch around to keep it flat. If being permanently displayed in frame, you may want to glue the ends down. You may want to insert a piece of cotton with your design fabric to protect the back stitching.

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