20 Creative Ways To Use Embroidery Hoops

Without having to embroider!

1. Use the embroidery hoops as cork boards.

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2. Coolest kid art project ever: this stained-glass sun catcher.

Get the instructions here.

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3. Or you can also make a photo mobile by stringing three of them together.

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4. Or display photos IN them.

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5. Use one as a blackboard.

Embroidery hoops are super easy to hang.

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6. Or hang a bunch from the ceiling.

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7. But if you’ve got a few of them, you should probably make a pendant light.

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9. On another sewing tip, use one to organize your spools of thread.

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10. Or show off your favorite fabrics.

Instant wall art!

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11. Create a mobile for a baby’s room.

Put a bird on it.

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12. Put more birds on it.

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13. Display your grandmother’s doilies.

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14. Stick your notes on an embroidery hoop bulletin board.

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16. The kids can easily make these works of string art.

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17. Hang a bunch from the ceiling just like so.

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18. Mind-blowing thing of the day: you can use one to screenprint t-shirts.

Get the instructions here.

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19. Got a drawstring cloth bag lying around? Make a laundry hamper.

It’s a super easy project that doesn’t require any sewing.

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20. Another no-sew project: create the bed nook of your dreams with this embroidery hoop canopy.

Get the directions here.

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