This lovely hoop art wall hanging is made from an embroidery hoop, vintage sheets, a doily and lots of pretty lace. It’s a gorgeous project that’s super easy to make!
If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen the teaser photo that I posted for this project last week. No one knew exactly what I was making, but since it involved strips of vintage sheets and lots of cream lace, everyone was excited to see what it was!
The only other supplies that I needed for this project were a colorful doily (if you can’t find a pretty doily in your favorite color, 100% cotton doilies are easy to dye!), an embroidery hoop, and a few dabs of hot glue. I used only the inside ring of the embroidery hoop, and I used the hot glue to wrap the hoop with strips of vintage sheets.
I used more strips of vintage sheet fabric to tie the doily to the hoop.
I recently bought a bunch of cream colored lace from my friend Michele at The Scrap Shoppe, and it was perfect for this project!
I tied strips of the lace on to the bottom portion of the hoop, and then trimmed the ends so that they were different varied lengths.
I added a few of the remaining vintage sheet strips in with the lace as well, just to give it a bit more color.
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