What can you do with an embroidery hoop besides making hand embroidery? Lots of things! With a little stitching, glue, and ingenuity, embroidery hoops of all shapes and sizes can be used to create calendars, clocks, photo albums, jewelry, key racks, storage, and artwork using applique, embroidery, crochet, paper craft, painting, stamping, cross stitch, and patchwork.
Learn to make this exclusive perpetual calendar project with a square or circular
Kirsty Neale, author of the book Hoop-La: 100 Things to Do with Embroidery Hoops, will show you how to turn those embroidery hoops languishing in your craft room and at yard sales into quick, creative crafts just in time for gift-giving season, including showing you step-by-step how to create a perpetual calendar project–an exclusive project just for webinar attendees.
Quick and Clever Gift Ideas with Embroidery Hoops, Fabric, and More Live Web Seminar with Kirsty Neale
When: December 5, 2014
Time: 11am-12pm ET (1 hour)
|Kirsty Neele will demonstrate how to make this easy embroidery hoop wreath and
give you ideas for many other embroidery hoop gift projects in her Quick and Clever
web seminar December 5, 2014.
In this web seminar you will learn:
- Where to find embroidery hoops and how to prepare them for crafting.
What supplies you'll need for making hoop crafts.
- Step-by-step instructions for how to make a perpetual calendar using an embroidery hoop, fabric, and paper with bonus exclusive pattern so you can get started immediately.
- All the helpful instructions you need for turning the techniques into Christmas/winter-themed decorations.
- Other ideas for turning embroidery hoops into projects for gifts and home décor.
- And much more!
Can't make the live event? Don't worry! Your registration comes with access to the archived version of the program and the materials for one year. You do not have to attend the live event to get a recording of the presentation. You will receive a copy of the recorded presentation in an email that goes out within 1 week after the live event.
Learn more and register now!