Embroidery hoops frames
The combination of the words frame and hoop is no accident. The hoop-frame is a wood-like frame used to support the embroidery fabric during embroidering and after sewing. See in our store how different frame hoops can be. Mini frame-hoop for small patterns, square frame-hoop, oval frame-hoop and traditional frame-hoop, i.e. in the shape of a circle. With our frame-hoops, you will frame your embroidery without using glass.
What can replace the hoop?
The hoop consists of two light and strong hoops, between which we stretch the fabric and tighten it with a knob. They can be replaced with a hoop frame with a wooden-like decoration. The inner embroidery hoop is made of hardened plastic. The outer rim is made of a more flexible material that allows it to be put on and clamped to the inner rim. Frame-hoops do not have a knob for clamping, but a decorative hook that allows you to hang a framed embroidery on the wall.
Which hoop to choose?
The hoop-frame, like the hoop, perfectly stretches the material for embroidery, so when choosing, you should take into account the aesthetic values, the shape of the frame-hoop and the size of the embroidered picture. Our offer includes traditional round hoops. The smallest is 6,5 cm in diameter for small embroidery patterns that can be given as gifts, hung on a Christmas tree or placed on a bedside table. A beautiful embroidered spring landscape can be placed in a frame with a diameter of 20 cm and hung as a picture on the wall next to the subsequent embroidered seasons. Oval hoops will be suitable companions for round ones. The largest of them is 20 x 26 cm. For fans of angular shapes, we offer a square hoop. The space of 15 x 15 cm is enough to embroider a picture, certificate or other embroidered wonder.
How to frame embroidery in a hoop frame?
The advantage of frame hoops is their outer rim, because it is flexible (as if rubber), which makes it very easy to frame the fabric with embroidery. The hanger is effective and easy to assemble, it is enough to screw it in so that the embroidery hoop frame can be hung on the wall. We invite you to our blog to learn step by step how to easily frame embroidery in a hoop frame.