It’s time to get crafty and make fun embroidery hoop crafts. You’ll be amazed at what you can create with this versatile craft supply!
Embroidery hoops were originally designed, of course, for embroidery and cross stitch projects. But there are so many other creative different ways to use them!
You can make wall hangers, wreaths, and so many other things. The embroidery hoop has a long history as an essential sewing tool, but its versatility makes it perfect for all kinds of embroidery hoop crafts.
For those who enjoy doing DIY projects, embroidery hoops can add a whole new dimension to your projects. I rounded up my favorite creative embroidery hoop crafts and décor ideas to inspire you to try something new!
Here’s one more hanging embroidery hooop planter to inspire you. This one is super simple and I love that it uses a ceramic bowl for the actual planter! The simplistic style of this one goes with any décor.
Embroidery hoops can also be used to display seasonal decorations or craft projects – like pumpkins! This is such a fun Fall craft idea.
All you need is embroidery hoops, acrylic paint, a hot glue gun, felt for the leaves, and a stem. She uses some adorable little finials for the stems, but you could also use wine corks, twigs, or a dowel.
There are many ways to use embroidery hoops, even if you don’t have a sewing project in mind. In this quick tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a simple embroidery hoop to make wall decor using scrapbook paper.
This would be such a cute way to decorate a craft room!
We’ve seen fabric and paper put into embroidery hoops, so why not doilies? Both vintage doilies and embroidery hoops are pretty easy to find on the shelves of any thrift store. I love the boho look of this one!
This chandelier made from flowers is a perfect addition to any dining room, hallway, or other bright spot needing some sprucing up. This would also be a very cute idea for decorating a wedding, birthday party, or baby shower!
You can create a fun DIY hanging flower chandelier by following this easy step-by-step tutorial. The project is made using a simple embroidery hoop and flowers!
Make your own cork board with an embroidery hoop, fabric scraps, and a roll of cork. You can also paint the hoop to match your fabric better. This is such cute idea for the office, craft room, or a kid’s bedroom.
The tutorial also walks you through how to make those cute thumbtacks with fabric!
This embroidery hoop organizer is a simple way to organize small useful items cleverly. No sewing machine and skills are required for this project. These could be made from old clothes, tablecloths, and other materials.
One of the best ways to use embroidery hoops for crafts is to create a wreath. Here are some of my favorite wreaths made from embroidery hoops.
This wreath, made from a hoop and faux flowers, is a great way to hang on the mirror over your fireplace during Spring. I just love this embroidery hoop wreath featuring flowers like peonies, cherry blossoms, and eucalyptus.
This embroidery hoop wreath is a cute craft that can be made in minutes and will be a great idea to add farmhouse flair to your decor. It is a simple DIY project you can proudly show off and use to welcome guests into your home.
This gorgeous autumn embroidery hoop wreath is the perfect way to bring a bit of fall indoors (or on your front door if you want to hang it there)! Make this fall wreath in less than 20 minutes and use your favorite fall florals!
This simple felt flower craft is a fun project! She used a mini embroidery hoop because she was adding it to a fairy garden, but you can use this same concept for whatever size hoop you want for your frame.
Those felt flowers are so cool, right? She walks you through the entire process of making them!
Embroidery hoops are widely used to make wreaths, but this Christmas wreath is one of my favorite embroidery hoop ideas. This cozy Christmas wreath is made from plaid fabric, white letters, evergreens, pinecones, and bows.
Use your leftover fabric in the middle of an embroidery hoop to make your own wreath. I love this one with Christmas-themed fabric. Paint the hoop to match and add a simple bow and voila. Instant Christmas wreath!
This DIY embroidery hoop gnome wreath is a clever upcycle of Dollar Tree Santa gnomes. Start by adding buffalo check fabric to the middle of the embroidery hoop and then decorate it with florals, and ribbon and add the mini gnome!
This cute wreath would be a fun addition to your holiday farmhouse decor.
Here’s another festive Christmas wreath to add an affordable touch of rustic elegance to any space. This DIY project is surprisingly easy; it just takes some vintage embroidery hoops, greenery stems, wood scraps, and white card stock! Then you can add the finishing touches to the ribbon.
Display it indoors or outdoors to make your space feel welcoming during the holiday season.
Another very popular way to use mini embroidery hoops is to make ornaments for the Christmas tree. Here are some of my favorite ideas!
You’ll love making these pretty and simple embroidered hoop ornaments using gorgeous fabric scraps! Feel free to customize them by using whatever type of fabric would work best for your Christmas decorations.
Mini embroidery hoops are a fun, creative way to make ornaments! I love these ones with sheet music inside. But you can use any printable designs, family photos, or almost any other Christmas-related images.
The mini 3-inch size hoops are easy to work with, making them the perfect size for Christmas ornaments.
Make a small embroidery hoop look just like a mini wreath with this next project. She adds embroidered fabric to the inside and then adds a cute mini garland to the outside to make it look like a wreath. This would make a great gift for anyone.
During the Christmas season, crafting is one of my favorite hobbies. Do you agree? Make this Christmas ornament using a Noel SVG file, scrapbook paper, and a small wooden hoop. This is one of the cutest embroidery hoop crafts on the list!
This guide will show you how to make adorable Christmas ornaments that toddlers can help create.
Let your little one’s finger paint all over the canvas after covering it with an ironed-down freezer paper stencil. Remove the stencil and voila! A gorgeous Christmas ornament that your kids will be proud of!
This Santa ornament is a fun project to make with your kids as the holiday season approaches.
You can make this cute ornament with a few simple materials, like mini embroidery hoops with wood inserts, acrylic paint or paint pens, Mod Podge, and an ornament hook.
Embroidery hoops can make decorative and functional items such as wall art, wreaths, organizers, signs, or other projects. So, whether you’re looking for a new hobby or want to spruce up your space, give one of these embroidery hoop crafts a try!