Embroidery hoopsOrganizeSewing. December 21st, 2022

2 Sewing Organization Ideas with Embroidery Hoop

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There are so many things that need an organized storage for sewing. Sewing organization using embroidery hoops is a great idea for storing sewing tools creatively. These genius Embroidery Hoop organizers are easy to work with and safe to have in a house with curious little kids.

They stay out of reach of children and give your sewing corner an artistic and organized wall.

Let’s take a look at these

Embroidery Hoops

used for

Sewing Organization.


Make thread rack

sewing organization

Stacie sliced dowels with the help of a blade and glued them between the two rings of the hoop.

I love how she explained the distance between each dowel by comparing the hoop with a clock.


Tutorial to Make Thread rack.


Sewing Tools Organizer

tools organizer

To make the sewing tools organizer you will need an embroidery hoop big enough to fit all the tools inside. You will also need to figure out how many sewing tools you want to hang.

Stacie managed to screw the ceiling hooks into the hoop by hand.

She also has a very nice trick to check if the embroidery hoop balances well and how to distance the wall hooks.

wall hooks

Tutorial to make Tools Organizer.

Thanks for sharing these wonderful inspirations to organize sewing tools with us Stacie. These ideas are also budget friendly.

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  1. Stacie says:

    Oh my goodness! Thank you for this sweet feature! I’m so glad you liked it, it’s really fun to make.

  2. Debra says:

    VERY good idea and it looks great on the wall.

  3. jeanetteann says:

    What a brilliant idea, I can’t wait to try this.

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