Guest Post- Embroidery hoop wreath

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DIY embroidery hoop wreath with flowers. Steph our guest blogger today shares a cute wreath made out of embroidery hoop. Use yarn and colorful yoyo flowers to make embroidery hoop wreath. Let’s see her tutorial on how she made her wreath?

Embroidery hoop wreath

embroidery hoop wreath
Hi, my name is Steph from The Silly Pearl!  In between spending time with my husband and 4 year old twin girls, I love to create. Started silly pearl to write about my sewing, paper crafting, jewelery making and cooking adventures. I am inspired by my girls as well as my mom, my crafty partner-in-crime.
Happy to be here at Craftionary today. Thanks Hani for having me!
Today I am sharing my Embroidery hoop wreath.

Material needed to make wreath

make wreath
  •  Embroidery hoops (a big 10″ and a small 3.5″)
  • Yarn
  • Fabric (for yo-yo flowers) and twill (for the small hoop)
  • Jute twine
  • Covered Buttons kit
  • Hot glue
  • Scraps of fabric, needles and
  • Circle templates of different sizes (to cut fabric)

Instructions for spring wreath

Wrap the blue yarn around the big hoop, start by pinching the yarn between the two hoops and covered both the hoops with yarn. Knot the two ends when all entire hoop is covered. Wrap only the outer ring of the small hoop, as we will be inserting fabric on the inside ring. Write the word “Spring” or whatever you want on the hoop and embroider it.

embroidery hoop wreath

Wrap the jute twine around the big hoop, starting at the and knot when you reach the end. Leave some length at the start and the end (this length will be used to hang the hoop).

wreath yarn tutorial

To make yo-yo flowers and covered buttons, I used vase and a bowl as my circle templates.

fabric circles to make yoyo flowers

To make the yo-yo flowers, gather along the edges with your needle and thread, pulling along the way until you have completed the circle. Flatten into a yo-yo, pull the starting end out at least an inch and cut of the other at the same length and knot them together tightly.

Use the covered button kit to make fabric covered buttons. Make yoyo flowers using your needle to make flares around the center.

Make yoyo flowers

sew yoyo flowers
Just to add a little more interest, I added jute twine as bows under the yo-yo flowers.
colorful fabric to make flowers

Arrange and hot glue in place. Hmmm I need one more at the top

spring wreath tutorial
Hang it on your door and you’re done!
colorful flowers embroidery hoop wreath
Lovely embroidery hoop wreath! Create your own following this easy tutorial by steph.
A few more of Steph’s tutorials for you to check out:
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  1. Steph says:

    Hi, saw you at the silly pearl — great job! your work is wonderful! thanks for sharing your talent. have a great weekend! come by for a visit when you have time:

  2. Stenciled Signs says:

    This is so cool. I am going to show this to my girls and see if we can put one together. Lucky for me my girls are a little more artistic than I am..

  3. albert divo says:

    I love all your designs! I didn't know you could make these from what you already have. I might try to do this too once I get some free time. Thanks for the great idea.

  4. Traci Michele says:

    Adorable! On another note, will you vote for my blog? It only takes a second. Thanks, Traci

  5. Olivia john says:

    Great job.Keep it up.

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