Turn an embroidery hoop into heirloom art!
Add instant heirloom charm by turning an embroidery hoop into art! “I love the vintage feel of the cameo with the delicate crocheted doily,” says blogger Amy Bell at Positively Splendid.com. “It’s a pretty little craft project to display in your home or present as a thoughtful gift—and it’s incredibly easy and fun to make!”
the outer ring of the embroidery hoop red. Let dry completely. Fit the square scrap of fabric into the hoop, stretching it taut. Tighten the clamp at the top of the hoop to secure. 2Trim excess fabric to 1/2" around the hoop. Use pinking shears if possible to minimize fraying. 3Fold cut edges of the fabric onto the back of the hoop and secure with hot glue.
a bunch of very small dots of hot glue to the back of the doily and press it onto the center of the front of the stretched fabric. Pin the brooch in the center of the doily and tie baker’s twine into a bow around the top metal clamp.
You can make this super-easy project in about a halfhour with just a few basic craft supplies! — Amy Bell at Positivelysplendid. com