When you strip line with Beva, do you make your stretcher/strainer frame shallow enough that the double layer of fabric is past the side of that frame? Or do you ever stretch it with the overlap of two thicknesses on the side of the bars? I just did my first one, with a strainer frame 5/8" deep, so we were careful to keep the beva farther out than that all the way around the image, so the double layers wouldn't ride at the side of the canvas. Still kind of weird and bulky, fitting the rest of it into the stretching machine, but it makes sense to having only one layer on the side. We made a shallower strainer than usual (5/8" x 2 1/2"), because that would allow for the fabric to go past it and not double on the sides. The painting is 37 x 37, super thin acrylic, on canvas. Did so after reading here of folks using such strainers, shallower than those we usually make, on paintings with skinny border fabric.