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DIY Sewing Room Embroidery Hoop Hanging Wall Organizers

Kim of Sweet Red Poppy is here sharing a tutorial for the most clever Embroidery Hoop Hanging Wall Organizer!  I’m always losing my sewing notions on my cutting table, a set of these hanging on the wall would be so useful! It’s such a fun and creative way to organize your sewing space!

DIY Embroidery Hoop Hanging Wall Organizer

Hi, It’s Kimberly from Sweet Red Poppy and I have another fun tutorial to share with you today!

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DIY Embroidery Hoop Hanging Wall Organizer

My sewing room has been in need of a little color and these Embroidery Hoop Notions Organizers are the perfect way to brighten up my sewing room! They are quick and easy to make and only take a small amount of fabric.
DIY Embroidery Hoop Hanging Wall Organizer

Supplies to make the Pocket Wall Organizer:

  • 2 Coordinating Fat Quarters
  • Embroidery Hoop
  • Trim
  • Hot Glue Gun

Video Instructions:

You can see the instructions to make the supplies in video format or you can follow the step by step photos below!

Instructions to make the Embroidery Hoop Organizers:

Cut two circles of fabric 1-2 inches larger than the embroidery hoop. Fold one circle in half and iron the fold to get a crisp crease.

DIY Embroidery Hoop Hanging Wall Organizer

How to make an embroidery hoop hanging wall organizer

Place the folded circle on top of the full circle. Then place the embroidery hoop underneath both pieces of fabric.

Place the front embroidery hoop on top and gently push it down. If needed, tug the fabric on either side until it’s nice and tight.

How to make an embroidery hoop hanging wall organizer

Tighten the screw at the top of the embroidery hoop and flip it over.

With a glue gun, place a layer of hot glue around the circumference of the hoop and a second layer slightly inside of the hoop. Push the fabric around the edges towards the back of the hoop until all the edges have been glued down.

How to make an embroidery hoop hanging wall organizer

Repeat this process with different color combinations to fill up your sewing room walls.

You can even add a bit of trim along the fold of the pocket!

How to make an embroidery hoop hanging wall organizer
Hang your embroidery pockets close to your sewing machine and fill them with all of the essentials!

DIY Embroidery Hoop Hanging Wall Organizer

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Here are three of my favorite posts from Sweet Red Poppy! Be sure to stop by and say hello!

About the Maker:

Wife and mother to three by day, quick-stitching seamstress by night. Kimberly is the “sew”cialist behind the blog Sweet Red Poppy (http://www.sweetredpoppy.com). She is a fabric-hoarding, embellishment loving, color enthusiast, who enjoys putting her modern spin on sewing. In her spare time, you can find her dreaming up her latest design, stitching away like a wild woman and taking way too many photographs of her children, all in an effort to avoid the menial daily household tasks of motherhood. Take a look behind the seams at her refreshingly honest posts about the daily challenges of motherhood, the chaos of three children under four and her passion for fashion and sewing on Instagram. (@sweetredpoppy)

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DIY Embroidery Hoop Hanging Wall Organizer

 

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3 Comments

  1. What a brilliant idea!
    I love how these hoops are so versatile for colour choice or for use – I’m thinking for pens in a writing room or even beauty care items. Plus they’d make practical and pretty gifts. Thank you for sharing this!

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