DIY Embroidery Hoop Wall Art

If you have the time and patience necessary for this type of projects, you can create lots of beautiful and delicate things to display in your home. A very common project would be to make beautiful wall art. It doesn’t have to be extremely complicated in order to be beautiful so don’t be afraid to show your talent. Here are a few ideas that might inspire you.

Embroidery Hoop Brooch Display.

If you’re passionate about embroidery and all sorts of items that you can create with this technique then you probably have a few little items that you’ve made yourself. Don’t let them gather dust on a shelf and be forgotten in a box. Hang them on a hoop with some fabric and turn them into a beautiful wall display for your home.{found on onesheepishgirl}.

Embroidery Table Numbers.

Here’s how you can make smaller embroidery hoops that you can use as decorations for the table. You’ll need quilting cotton, embroidery thread, a needle, parchment paper, scissors and a colored card. Use the inner hoop to trace and cut out a circle of colored cardboard. Then cut a square from the quilting cotton that’s a little larger than the hoop. Print out the table numbers and trace them onto a piece of parchment paper. Pin the paper into the fabric in the hoop and use the needle and thread to trace the number. Remove the paper and the excess fabric.{found on oh-lovely).

Use Embroidery Hoop.

Screenprinting is a simple and fun technique that allows you to get your design onto fabric and it can be used for all sorts of projects. For this particular one you’ll need some paper and x-acto knife, 2 or embroidery hoops, 1 or 2 colors of textile paint, an old credit card and some tightly-woven fabric pieces. You’ll have to make some stencils and then you can use them to transfer the design onto the fabric.{found on skinnylaminx}.

Embroidery Hoop Ornament.

If you’re having trouble coming up with ideas for a little gift, here’s one that might help: you can make little reindeer ornaments. To make them you’ll need a small embroidery hoop, linen neutral fabric, Christmas fabric, a piece of felt, scissors, ribbon and a sewing machine with free-motion foot. Cut a piece of fabric and decide on a design. Cut out the image on special paper and iron it to the center of the linen piece. Stitch around it, put the fabric in the hoop and cut the excess.{found on skiptomylou}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on January 25th, 2013


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