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I’ve seen a lot of fun uses for embroidery hoops, but I’m finding this one from Pam at Gingerbread Snowflakes especially charming. Using simple pearl embroidery floss, she’s attached her hoop to her chandelier and then, using ornament hooks and thread, she’s hung ornaments and trinkets for the season. Because they are not permanently attached, the ornaments can be rotated for different holidays or to suit your mood. What other fun uses for embroidery hoops have you seen around? Leave them in the comments!

10 thoughts on “Embroidery Hoop Chandelier

  1. My daughter made me the BEST chanukah present ever: a pin cushion from an embroidery hoop. Hot glued to the bottom was a piece of fabric covered cardboard. It was stuffed and covered with fabric, and then decorated with faux leaves and berries and such stuck on with hot glue. Sigh.

  2. My daughter made me the BEST chanukah present ever: a pin cushion from an embroidery hoop. Hot glued to the bottom was a piece of fabric covered cardboard. It was stuffed and covered with fabric, and then decorated with faux leaves and berries and such stuck on with hot glue. Sigh.

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