Embroidery Hoop Wreath
Learn how to create an Embroidery Hoop Wreath using some simple home decor fabric, a large wooden embroidery hoop and some of your favorite florals. Bring it together with a bow to make the perfect home decor feature.
I love a good easy and quick home decor project. This embroidery hoop wreath is no exception. In fact, it is one of my favorite things to whip up for the season or to create as gifts for family and friends.
The good thing about these is that you can simply redo the same hoop over and over again and change it with the seasons, or make as many as you like, one for each holiday. They are flat enough that you can easily store these without taking up too much space.
Wooden Embroidery Hoop – you can also find these at any local craft store that carries them.
The fabric of your choice: I love this gray and white buffalo check pattern. It goes with just about any season and it is neutral to any home decor color scheme.
Floral Picks of your choice. You can also use these or find some great ones from Dollar Tree.
Putting the Wreath Together
Once you have all of your supplies and a large workspace you will want to cut your fabric down to size to to be about 2-3 inches larger than your wooden hoop.
Note: You can stain your wooden hoop with any wood stain or leave it natural. I decided to leave it natural, but have loved using a dark wood stain such as this one when making these in the past.
Next, once your wood hoop is dry if you stained it, place and heat-press your heat transfer vinyl word onto your fabric. I chose the lower third section of my fabric. This is certainly optional, but I love the word Welcome on this type of home decor piece. You can find the word “welcome” in the Resource Library.
Once the word is pressed, you will then need to place your fabric into the hoop. Make sure it is centered to any pattern you have going on with your fabric and aligned top to bottom with the word. Also, get the fabric in place smooth and tight.
Glue down the excess fabric with hot glue to the inner back of the hoop.
Lastly, add some floral picks at the top and secure them with hot glue. I love using my Ryobi Cordless glue gun for these kinds of projects.
Add a bow and then hang for everyone to enjoy!
I created a video of the entire process, which you can see below. It took less than 15 minutes to create this beautiful Embroidery Hoop Wreath.
What do you think? Leave a comment and let me know if you plan to create one!