Embroidery Hoop Art

Here is the embroidery hoop art that I created for my girls’ bedroom.  I drew all of the scenes myself and hand embroidered and appliqued them onto linen.  **edit: free patterns are now available here.**

 

 

I love the way it looks hanging in their room!  The patterns that I made still need a little tweaking, and then I will post them along with some more photos.  **edit: free patterns are now available here.**

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40 Responses to Embroidery Hoop Art

  1. I absolutely completely adored these… in fact, most of my friends thought that this was my entry, hah!!!! I saw these and just fell in love! Great job and I can’t wait to see what you come up with next… I am not sure what to do for the next round since it is so open ended, but this should be fun!

  2. I love embroidery hoop art! Yours are absolutely adorable. I especially like the one with the pinwheel and the kite.

    We would love it if you would link up this post to our Creative HomeAcre Blog Hop!
    http://acultivatednest.com/2013/05/the-creative-homeacre-hop/

  3. oh pretty 🙂 I love embroidery hoops I think they’re timeless

  4. OH MY SWEETNESS! I would have totally guessed with your little girls. Your details for their hair couldn’t be more perfect. LOVE!

  5. how sweet – those stitches come from you heart as well as your talented hands
    I send you good energy mia (great-grandmother from rural S.E.Indiana) subscriber to Embroidery Club/Facebook

  6. Great job. I get on pinterest in the morning and check out embroidery and get motivated, and new ideas, then I have a project in the hoop next to my chair for evening. You do great work.

  7. I don’t have words to say how much I loved these simple looking but still elegant projects. The idea of using the ring as a frame is great. Something different. I loved the cloud, kite and off course the two girls..:)

    Very nice. Keep it up.

    Alpana Deo
    (www.mothersgurukul.com)

  8. Hi, this is so adorable. Do you have a book with patterns in it? I really want to try to make them. I’ve been looking for a really cute, fun, embroydery patterns for a quilt I want to make my grandaughter. I think yoir patterns would be perfect!thank you

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