embroidery hoop

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Synonyms for embroidery hoop

a frame made of two hoops

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You can also make your own screen with an embroidery hoop and a piece of plastic or vinyl material used to cover outdoor furniture.
An impassive Vezzoli sits on a sofa embroidered by Praz while stitching a portrait of the author on his embroidery hoop.
Each lantern with the circumference of a 12-inch embroidery hoop requires a sheet measuring 39 inches (trimmed from its 48-inch dimension) by your chosen height.
One found on an environmentally-friendly craft ideas site is a simple, yet bold, project: embroidery hoop pumpkins.
We used 1/8 -inch doweling at the base of the pyramid, and the inner hoop of a 12-inch-diameter embroidery hoop for the cylinder.
Get an embroidery hoop and some floss and start learning needlework today.
You'll also need a sewing machine, small sharp scissors, a needle, straight pins, transparent tape, thread to match fabric, and an embroidery hoop, if available.
Trace four circles on brown paper around the outer ring of the embroidery hoop.
Supplies and Tools: Various sizes of embroidery hoops Textiles and fabric of various textures Hot glue Scissors
She follows that by using embroidery hoops for stretching silk, and has them make small "samplers" as a way of letting them experience how silk painting and gutta works before they attempt a larger project.
In a second group of four works, Fraser uses found wooden embroidery hoops as a central element.
When we had sex we tried everything from various size embroidery hoops with dental dams and Saran Wrap to finger cots and condoms to make sure we were safe.
To make our paper molds, we use embroidery hoops with fine, plastic window screening in them.
A simple mold and deckle arrangement can be easily and economically devised by using embroidery hoops.