Ever since the Renegade Craft Fair, I've been itching to do some sort of project. Not too long ago I was browsing design sponge and I spotted what looked to be an easy DIY project! Unfortunately, I didn't find any instructions on how to go about doing this task so I decided to wing it. I've been looking for something fun and original to fill this empty wall in our master bedroom. I thought I would try this out and see how it turned out. If it was a flop, at least I tried!


Circular Wooden Embroidery Hoops: your choice as to how many and what size
Various patterns of fabric: your choice of color and design. Just remember too much is better than not enough. 
Fabric scissors
Iron: this is optional, but I like to iron out my fabric before projects, wrinkles are the worst.


Step 1

Iron out your fabric and make sure all the fine wrinkles are no longer visible

Step 2

Unscrew first hoop and seperate the inner/outer hoop.

Step 3

Place fabric in between both hoops and push smaller hoop back into the larger hoop.

Step 4

Pull fabric tightly through both hoops and slowly tighten screw on the outer hoop. Make sure the fabric is as tight and secure as possible.

Step 5

Fasten screw as much as it will allow and cut excess fabric along the sides of the hoop. 

Step 6

Repeat steps 1 through 5 for each of your hoops

Now you're ready to hang your easy and fun DIY project! Suddenly, that itch is no longer there...for now anyway! 



  1. Love your creativity! I wish you could come to my house and do cool stuff like that!
    Kelly W.

  2. It's so easy, Kelly! You can do it :)

  3. this is so great and funny too!!! You were too small to remember, but I had a few of these hoops hanging in rooms in Vulcan... they're back.. I'm going to do it!!! Love the fabric you chose!!! <3