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    How to Frame Your Embroidery Inside a Hoop

    You should consider framing it in a hoop if you finish embroidery work. Though you don’t have to frame every embroidery that works inside a hoop, it looks great. You don’t have to be reminded that you need the best home embroidery machine for completing your embroidery in the first place. With a frame of this embroidery work in a hoop, you can proudly hang and display your artwork. For the framing, you can find inexpensive bamboo or any similar material as long as it looks good for the framing. Crafts Selection websites offer numerous best home embroidery machine reviews and guides to help you make the right choice.

    What do You Need for the Embroidery Framing in the Hoop
    The following items are needed to ensure that your embroidery hoop framing is well created and organized. The things you need are:

    • A completed embroidery hoop
    • Needle
    • Thread or floss
    • A pair of scissors

    Pay close attention to your needle choices, and you need the appropriate needles that match the embroidery fabric. Your ideal home embroidery machine should come with some accessories, including a range of different needle sizes. Similarly, you must choose the right thread or floss that matches the fabric. Using the wrong needle or thread may create chaos and make your final embroidery works messy. If, for instance, you are using a new hoop to frame that embroidery, or if you need to tighten the embroidery in its current hoop, you must complete such a step before you commence work at the back. Keep in mind that even the best home embroidery machine for embroidery will require that you follow procedures.

    Frame Your Embroidery in the Hoop
    The first step is to trim the excess fabric away and leave the edges a few inches wider than the hoop. Press down the raw edge of your fabric underneath. Once you have pressed the fabric under, use your fingers to create some pleats around your fabric and make sure each pleat is pinned in place as you move around. This step will help you remove some bulk out of the hoop circle.
    With the help of the thread and the needle on your cheap embroidery machine, stitch around your fabric with an easy gathering stitch. In the process of stitching, make sure you catch all the pleats to hold them in place.
    Keep in mind that this method of putting your embroidery in a hoop will leave the back of your hoop visible. If you don’t want anyone to see the backside of your hoop, just cut a circle of felt measuring the size of your hoop, then glue it in place at the back to cover it up. With this simple trick, you should be able to have the back of the hoop covered. It is also possible to add some little designs like a small flower on your embroidery hoop front. Keep in mind that The Best Cheap Embroidery Machines For Home reviews on Crafts Selection is the ultimate guide to finding your ideal embroidery machine.

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