Royal Mono Needlepoint Canvas
Royal Mono Needlepoint Canvas is a blank single weave canvas suitable for pictorial Tapestry, Bargello Needlepoint or Cross Stitch in wool.
Royal Mono Needlepoint Canvas is available in 10, 12 & 14 Count (holes per inch)
Royal Mono Needlepoint Canvas is a single thread canvas where the warp thread is placed an even distance from the weft thread. Royal Mono Needlepoint Canvas is made of a slightly heavier thread than the other canvases – and has a polished look which is due to the sizing. The reason for the sizing is to keep the threads in place separated while it is being woven and then worked. Due to this heavy sizing – mono is very easy to paint on and can also be colored with interior spray paint or water color pencils if you require a different color background.
Royal Mono Needlepoint Canvas is also easy on eyesight because of the simple weave.
This canvas is 100% Cotton and is 1 metre wide and is sold in 50cm lengths.
Please choose your Count size from the drop down menu and your Half Metre quantities above.
Order 1 quantity and your piece of Canvas will measure 1 metre x 50cm, order 2 quantities and your piece will measure 1 metre x 1 metre and so on. Orders over 50cm will be supplied in one continuous roll. Maximum continuous length available is 5 meters.
Suggested Needle Guide:
08-10 Mesh Canvas – use a size 16 tapestry needle
10-12 Mesh Canvas – use a size 18 tapestry needle
12-14 Mesh Canvas – use a size 20 tapestry needle
18 mesh canvas – use a size 22 tapestry needle
Royal Mono Needlepoint Canvas is particularly suited to Bargello Needlepoint.
Please refer to the Twist Mono Needlepoint Canvas if you require Canvas in White 18 Count or Brown 18 Count (holes per inch).
In Bargello, distinctive patterns are built up from rows of straight stitches, arranged in a zigzag line, and repeated in varying shades or colors. It is one of the easiest forms of needlepoint as it consists of just one simple straight stitch. This is repeated in different colors and different positions on the canvas, to create striking patterns. Bargello Needlepoint can also be referred to as Florentine stitch, Hungarian Point or Flame Stitch Embroidery.