On that note, today's DIY is some gorgeous hoop wall art. Made with embroidery hoops, fabric scraps, scissors, a pen, and....that's it. Ha! Easy peasey lemon squeezy! So, let's get to it, yes?
First gather your supplies.
Also, if you don't have fabric scraps, there are LOTS of things in your house that will work. Old pieces of clothing (I love repurposing clothes that my kids have grown out of that I loved!), cloth napkins, stained tablecloths that you can cut up, etc. Be creative and go dig!
I like pinking sheers because it helps the fabric not to fray, but plain scissors work just fine. Next step;
Loosen the little screw thingy at the top of your first embroidery hoop and remove the inside hoop. This is what we will use as a guide for the size of our first piece of fabric.
Next, I started with the smallest hoop and my smallest fabric scrap; some Amy Butler blue deliciousness. Lay the fabric down with the back side facing up, and place the inside hoop on top. (Notice the wrinkles. I do not enjoy ironing and make no qualms about it.)
Trim off the remaining fabric, and voila! New wall art!