Much love to All.

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Hoop art- how to finish your hoop

 How to finish pieces in a hoop
I do recommend using a piece of fabric
First.  My video tutorial is here
These projects are sure quick to finish.
I have been asked by several people to do
Tutorials on how I finish pieces, so I have
Started to do that.  I call these hoop art.
Great for cross, fabric  and tons of other things.
I really enjoy using fabric this way and these 
Projects can be completed in 10 mins.
The bright Amish fabric is by Windham fabrics
Called " Lancaster".  Reminds  me of the trip
I took my kids on years ago to lancaster PA.

The farm fabric in the background is by
Henry glass fabrics called "plain and simple"

Happy stitching everyone 🌻


Vickie said...

What an excellent tutorial Cindy. I hope to use this method in the future! And you have a beautiful voice my friend.❤️ Thank you!

Robin in Virginia said...

Your new blog header looks great. I really like both of the "farm" fabrics you have featured.

Sue said...

I watched your video earlier this morning-thanks for your demonstration!

Penny said...

I love the pieces you have finished this way! And I enjoyed your tutorial, too. : )

RJ said...

Cindy I love your hoop art. I used to finish stitches very similar to this too. I'm off to go listen to your tutorial and learn more. Thank you. RJ@stitchingfriendsforever

Lillie said...

Pretty blog header and thank you for sharing the video on hoop finishing.

Julie.C said...

All your hoop work looks lovely and neat thank you for the tutorial very helpful.
Julie.C x

Gisela Suski said...

Your tutorial are really good. I have lots of fabric for my charity quilts.

Carol said...

Very nice tutorial once again, Cindy! That is a great way to finish something differently and I love that it is so quick :)

Hope you are having a great day--and Happy February!

Daffycat said...

Very nice! You could paint the hoops, distress and wax them with briwax.

Brigitte said...

That's a great tutorial, Cindy.

Mary said...

Thanks for the tutorial! It will be nice to have a "fast" finish! Mary