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Embroidery Hoop Saying


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Design by: OurThriftyIdeas (1 Project)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Project tags: Wall Décor/Wreaths/Banners Modern Trendy House Warming Hobbies Playful

Put a saying inside an embroidery hoop using Cricut's new Iron On Vinyl. Then embellish and hang on the wall for a great statement.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Embroidery Hoop
  • Canvas Material
  • Iron On Vinyl
  • Embellishments
  • Paint

Project Cut Files

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

I got a a 23” quilters embroidery hoop and painted the outer ring yellow on the top of the hoop and the front. I didn’t bother with the inside or back because they will be hidden once the fabric is in place.
I used a large piece of canvas fabric to fill my hoop once it was dry. I didn’t cut it yet because I knew it would shift a little while I was attaching the embellishments.
Then, using the Cricut Craft Room, I cut some pink Iron On Vinyl from Cricut. I used the Go Canada font for the “Crafting” and the Keystone font for the rest! Download my file here. Make sure to cut the mirror image of your project or else it will all be backwards once you iron it on!
Once the item was cut out, I removed the excess vinyl revealing just the saying left on the transfer film. Then I ironed it onto the fabric following the instructions that came with my package. Then I removed the film to reveal my image attached to the fabric.
Then I added some buttons, that I had left over, in coordinating colors with a contrasting thread.
I also attached the paper straw garland to the top corner of it. I then cut the excess fabric off the back.

Step 1

I got a a 23” quilters embroidery hoop and painted the outer ring yellow on the top of the hoop and the front. I didn’t bother with the inside or back because they will be hidden once the fabric is in place.

Step 2

I used a large piece of canvas fabric to fill my hoop once it was dry. I didn’t cut it yet because I knew it would shift a little while I was attaching the embellishments.

Step 3

Then, using the Cricut Craft Room, I cut some pink Iron On Vinyl from Cricut. I used the Go Canada font for the “Crafting” and the Keystone font for the rest! Download my file here. Make sure to cut the mirror image of your project or else it will all be backwards once you iron it on!

Step 4

Once the item was cut out, I removed the excess vinyl revealing just the saying left on the transfer film. Then I ironed it onto the fabric following the instructions that came with my package. Then I removed the film to reveal my image attached to the fabric.

Step 5

Then I added some buttons, that I had left over, in coordinating colors with a contrasting thread.

Step 6

I also attached the paper straw garland to the top corner of it. I then cut the excess fabric off the back.

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