backing cloth

backing cloth

[′bak·iŋ ‚klȯth]
(graphic arts)
Fiber material on the reverse side of photographic paper for strength.
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Fontana carefully hand-shaped his cut canvases after slicing them open, and lined them with a black backing cloth; he wanted them palpable.
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These tapestries are a Herculean task as the stitching is dense and covers the entire backing cloth. The smaller ones measure one and a half meters, while the large ones, worked by groups of women, are almost twice this size.
Materials needed: 1/2 yard of cloth, either 60 inches or 45 inches long 1/2 yard of backing cloth, commonly cotton, plain color or calico patterns.
Syd said: "The coat of arms was drawn up by an artist then transferred on to a black backing cloth to be embroidered.
After being mended, patched and a strong backing cloth applied, it was taken to Turin, attracting vast crowds in the Counter-Reformation period.
Numerous balls of needlework wool and sheets of backing cloth have already been used.
A firm called Novatec can fix your fabric on to a special backing cloth and make a roller blind for you.