She Starts With An Embroidery Hoop. The Way She Fills It Is Something I'd Never Seen
LifeAspire Staff 6/1/2016
If you stumble across old embroidery hoops or have a few extra just lying around, try one of these creative projects and make surprisingly cute home decor items.
Antique Wall Art
Show off beautifully patterned cloth trimmed to fit inside various sizes of embroidery hoops, then hang them on the wall for an abstract and antique-looking art piece. Here's how to make this project.
This interesting piece intertwines embroidery hoops to create a decorative piece perfect for your table. Learn how to make this project here.
Melted Bead Suncatcher
This is a great project to tackle with children. Place the beads within the embroidery hoop in whatever pattern you like, then follow the rest of the directions to create this beautiful beaded suncatcher.
Display And Store Sewing Supplies
Hang spools of thread and sewing tools easily within reach while keeping them looking nice on the wall with this embroidery hoop project.
What child wouldn't love this magical canopy? Learn how to create this easy to make canopy with ribbon, fabric and a hoop.
Greet Your Guests In Style
This adorable door wreath that originated with Amanda at dwellinginhappiness.com can be customized for any season, but an embroidery hoop makes the perfect base.
Where's My Glasses?
Safely tuck your glasses, pens and items easily misplaced in this handy embroidery hoop pocket that you can hang almost anywhere. Here's how to make this.
Crepe Paper Chandelier
This crafty chandelier makes a festive decoration for your next event or gathering and it doesn't take much to make--paper, tape and a hoop!
Jingling bells and a beautiful lace insert come together with an embroidery hoop to create this fanciful and functional tambourine.
There are so many neat things you can do with an embroidery hoop besides embroidering, so try one of these projects!