Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Easy Boho Embroidery Hoop Wall Hanging


I've seen these in a few boutiques and thought (like all Makers do) "I can make that". So I did! For some of us old enough to remember fiber and macrame from the 70's, everything old is new again right? 

Supplies: 
  • Embroidery Hoop , your choice of size. They're inexpensive so buy a few !
  • Yarn of choice. I went with a funky textured grey and cream
  • Felt 
  • Glue gun and glue


I bought the chunky gray and cream at JoAnn's and had the other yarns in my stash. I thought I might use all of them but ended up just using the grey and cream. I wasn't going for measured perfection so I roughly measured 3 strands of yarn for each "knot" , folded in half, and then pulled through the loop to attach to the embroidery hoop. I did 9 "knots" each of the cream and grey and made them a little shorter working from the center out. 


I had some coordinating felt in my stash so made some rolled roses and then cut some leaves freehand using pinking shears. Attached to the embroidery hoop w/ hot glue. Easy peasy!



Et, voila!



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3 comments:

freshvintagebylisas said...

Carol
I LOVE THIS!
You did a beautiful job. I really like the colors you used.
xo Lisa S

Michelle Churchman said...

Lovely! The wall hanging is just beautiful. I’d like to invite you to join my Creative Compulsions Link Party, which runs from Thursday through Sunday.

Kippi O'Hern said...

Super pretty and cleaver project. Pinning!
Happy spring, Kippi