embroidery hoop


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Noun1.embroidery hoop - a frame made of two hoopsembroidery hoop - a frame made of two hoops; used for embroidering
framework - a structure supporting or containing something
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If you've got an old picture frame or embroidery hoop lying around, you can repurpose it.
Aspiring needlecrafters will also: Explore a comprehensive visual dictionary of 35 stitches plus dozens of variations, from basic mending to stylish decorative embellishment to unique art stitching; Discover key techniques, from starting and ending threads to the right way to use an embroidery hoop, from stitching curved shapes to color shading, and more; Learn essential tips and tricks from influential and innovative stitchers, including Joanne Sharpe, Allison Aller, and Catherine Redford.
Needle-felting by embroidery machine requires hooping the fabric right side down in the embroidery hoop without stabilizer.
Place two layers of fabric into an embroidery hoop of 5" or more.
This will make it easier to use an embroidery hoop for stitching.
If you are using a stiffer fabric, or embroidering on a pocket it is not necessary to use an embroidery hoop, but if your shirt isn't as firm or doesn't have a pocket, it is fully recommended to use a hoop as it is helpful to making sure stitches lay flat and aren't bunchy.
Or you can make an instant screen by cutting a square from a pair of old pantyhose (or get a square of tulle from a fabric store) and clamping the square in an embroidery hoop.
MAGICAL MOBILE An embroidery hoop and a slew of leftover ribbons are all you need for a whimsical installation above your bed.
For the experiment, test specimens (size 21.0 cm x 21.0 cm) of the selected fabrics were placed in a 13.0 cm diameter embroidery hoop. According to the manufacturer's recommendations, small-diameter hoops were used as far as possible.