I love using embroidery hoops as wreaths. I created a wreath wall using more than one hoop wreaths and old chippy windows. You will see I used fake eucalyptus stems for this educational, but you could use any stressed out stem you like and create a whole new look for your wreaths. Pine branches could be extremely good for wintry weather and Christmas. Have amusing with it, the alternatives are countless!
For demonstration functions I used this 4 inch hoop from Walmart. For my hoop wall undertaking, I bought various sizes. Remember you’ll get 2 hoop wreathes from each embroidery hoop once you loosen the screw and do away with the inner hoop.
After the ring is taken apart, I reduce my stems from the larger stem or bush to a size that offers me the appearance I’m after.
GAMBAR3 After I play around with the placement of the stem, I start to bend the wired stem around the hoop.
Once I get the stem how I adore it, I determine in which I need to tie it to the ring.
I begin by tieing the jute to the ring with a everyday knot. Tuck the tail of that knot in the direction you’ll wrap the jute down the stem and hoop.
Wrap the jute down the stem and across the eucalyptus leaves.
Once I wrap the stem I use cloth glue to preserve the jute collectively. When I do this I ensure I wrap it to the back if the hoop so the glue and cut piece of jute is not visible from the front.
I wrap every stem in as a minimum two spots to make certain it is secure. When you get it how you like it you’re carried out and it is ready for hanging.
I used fishing line to cling mine from old chippy windows.
I stained those hoops earlier than adding my stems. You can use any wood stain to obtain this appearance. I used Ebony by Minwax.
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