These fabric hoops are an easy way to add pattern and color – and a healthy dose of country style – to your walls. Fabric swatches can easily be swapped out, making this a timeless and versatile craft.
A pillowcase fastened around an embroidery hoop creates a simple and attractive no-sew alternative to the traditional laundry hamper. A patterned fabric can add extra color and appeal to match your dorm room decor.
Using metal hoops, ribbon and flowers and greenery from your local grocery store, you can easily recreate this altar. Embroidery hoops would work well, too. Secure each floral arrangement to the top of the hoop using floral wire. Lastly, hang the hoops in different heights from a wooden post.
An unexpected but brilliant alternative to flowers, these embroidery hoop centerpieces are colorful, artistic and impactful. Gather your bridesmaids for a night of crafting, and knock out a chunk of your wedding worries. You’ll just need embroidery hoops, embroidery floss, floral wire and yarn in your wedding colors.
Skip the store-bought hamper and save space with this hanging no-sew version made from a pillowcase and embroidery hoop. The simple construction gives you the freedom to choose colors and patterns that fit your color scheme and decorating theme.
South African artist Danielle Clough creates her adorably diminutive works in embroidery which she then mounts in a small frame or wooden hoop. We're obsessed with this utterly whimsical squinting fox, the perfect mantle piece art object for a dollhouse or ideal to hang in a baby's room.